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The passions run high as libraries’ fate debated

Sarah Wenig made her opinion heard about whether the public or city officials should speak first at yesterday’s meeting about library cuts. Sarah Wenig made her opinion heard about whether the public or city officials should speak first at yesterday’s meeting about library cuts. (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / March 10, 2010

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Sell a page from the 556-year-old Gutenberg Bible, one woman suggested. Charge a modest fee for library cards, said another, waving a $10 bill. (Full article: 735 words)

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