Intellectual Freedom Manual

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American Library Association, 1996 - Freedom of information - 393 pages
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Offering practical opinions for anticipating and responding to censorship attempts, this comprehensive manual guides you through such complex tasks as developing a materials selection program, building a confidentiality report, and dealing with the political strategies of organized pressure groups.

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How long has it been since you have browsed through and used this essential manual? It is amazing to find the history and various interpretations of the central code of ethics of the library ... Read full review

Intellectual Freedom Manual

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Now in its eighth edition, this classic go-to reference helps answer practical questions on interpreting the principles of intellectual freedom in libraries. This new version was written by eight ... Read full review

Contents

The Policy
3
Interpretations
18
Interpretation
43
Copyright

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