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How Sequestration Threatens The Library Of Congress

May 6, 2013

"Just as military contractors, air traffic controllers and federal workers are coping with the grim results of a partisan impasse over the federal deficit, the Library of Congress, whose services range from copyrighting written works -- whether famous novels or poems scribbled on napkins -- to the collection, preservation and digitalization of millions of books, photographs, maps and other materials, faces deep cuts that threaten its historic mission." The New York Times 05/03/13

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