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What a Modern Library Can Do

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The article is a critique of public libraries throughout the state and the failings of this system for those North Carolinians who are illiterate. As a member of the Governor's Commission on Library Resources, the author suggests that libraries should not just be repositories for books. The 1964 commission proposed several changes including developing a more cooperative funding scheme including local, state, and federal funds and forming a statewide Citizens Committee for Better Libraries to be represented in every county.
Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 34 Issue 4, Dec 1967, p5-7, il