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Educating Librarians in Intellectual Freedom.

@article{Kister1970EducatingLI,
  title={Educating Librarians in Intellectual Freedom.},
  author={Kenneth F. Kister},
  journal={Library Trends},
  year={1970}
}
IT IS TRUE, of course, that most early American librarians-believers in the logic of the Enlightenment-personally abhorred book censorship, and that some supported this conviction with appropriate words and deeds, But the profession’s putatively strong commitment to the right to read and to the wider concept of intellectual freedom is nevertheless largely a twentieth century development, beginning in earnest in the late twenties as a belated response to the excesses of the vice societies and… Expand
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