September 1922: Librarians guiding the reading public

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Same Old Thing I guess...
"Of course it would be a serious error for the libraries to acquire and diffuse only "high-brow" literature. Many of the lightest and most trivial books often possessed charm and merit. They might deplore the universical mania for fiction, but the fact remained that fiction held a field without a rival today."

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From the archive, 2012: "They might deplore the universical mania for DVDs, but the fact remained that DVDs held a field without a rival today."

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