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Globe Editorial

Support for libraries overdue

March 25, 2008

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FACED WITH tight budgets, the towns of Dartmouth and Tewksbury are thinking about privatizing their libraries. The impulse is understandable, given anemic revenues and spiraling costs. But libraries should remain wholly public entities. (Full article: 413 words)

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