What Libraries Learned From The War – 1922

This PDF got submitted without a name.

It seems to be a Dept. Of The Interior Document, written in 1922, by Carl Milam, on what libraries were doing during the war back then.

\”Men and women who understand America, know its history, and [those]
who can see beyond the petty political troubles of one generation, will
almost inevitably be good American citizens. The library has a part,
and a very important part, in furnishing the means whereby every citizen
may become an intelligent citizen. Libraries have the reputation of
providing books on both sides of every important question. The radical
and the extreme conservative meet in the library on an equal footing.
The result is that the library makes for sane, intelligent

Note: Just got an email that says it came from a GOVDOC-L post.