DCH committee offers few solutions

Lahey, Anita; Toller, Carol
August 2000
Quill & Quire;Aug2000, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p6
Reports the release of the outline recommendations for booksellers in Canada. Improvement of data collection services; Cooperation of the potential problems; Consideration of the national cultural objectives.


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