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Samek, Toni
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An exploration of american librarianship's treatment of the Library Bill of Rights in the 1960s. The author introduces two vying interpretations of the utility of the Library Bill of Rights, then examines the conflict sur­ rounding these interpretations in order to probe their impact on the viability of the profession. Findings are based on both primary and sec­ ondary sources, including ALA's Social Responsibilities Round Table Papers located at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Univer­ sity Library Archives.
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Samek, T., (). The Library Bill of Rights in the 1960s: One Profession, One Ethic. Library Trends, 45(1), 50-60.
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