Speaking Out!: Voices in Celebration of Intellectual Freedom
The authors asked library leaders and other prominent Americans to select the quotes that inspire their efforts in preserving intellectual freedom in the US. The contributors reflect on the meaning of their quotes and examine how they promote intellectual freedom in their own communities.
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Intellectual Freedom Manual
American Library Association. Office for Intellectual Freedom
Limited preview - 2006