If you could have ALA Council act on anything, what would it be, and how?

Michael McGrorty, ALA Councilor at large, and writer at Library Dust has a Question for the group:
"If you could have ALA Council act on anything, what would it be, and how?"
You can reach him with your answers at Backwage@aol.com.

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Cuba et al

I realize at this point its a word that brings groans of (exhaustion? frustration? moveonitis?) but the political map of the world is changing, rapidly. If ALA wants to be relevant they need a standard response to any country that does not offer the many rights and freedoms we enjoy. Is it really that hard to issue a statement that says "-insert country- is arresting people for what they read, ALA finds that unnacceptable"?

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