What of the future?

Crunden, Frederick M.
October 1993
Library Journal;10/15/1993, Vol. 118 Issue 17, pS1
Trade Publication
Comments on the failure to obtain entire freedom of speech on live topics. How conservatism is doomed to defeat; The struggle between individualism and collectivism; The public library's influence in solving social problems; The efficacy of the education offered by the library; More; Reprinted from `Library Journal,' October 1897.


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