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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The Policy
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Interpretations
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Interpretation
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Copyright

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