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Libraries, like other consumers, should be free to buy any published e-content at competitive prices, to keep these items in their collection, and to loan them to their patrons.
Are eBooks physical property or software?
Should libraries, like other consumers, be free to buy any published e-content at competitive prices?
According to John Adams, public libraries are key to democracy.
They need to own the popular reading materials of the present time.
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