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You only realise the value of something when you haven't got it. That simple truth was brought home to me during my recent sojourn in India as a Unesco Consultant for the Pilot Public Library in Delhi.
The idea of a Library Advisory Council does not loom up suddenly within the orbit of librarians' thought from nowhere. Its emergence as a practical and desirable modus operandi for the solution of present difficulties and the shaping of future library ends, is the result of much heartsearching...
I take it for granted that the noble institution of Lifemanship is familiar to all librarians. So competitive a profession, where all must Gambit and Ploy to keep in the race, is natural soil for the doctrines of the new evangelism. In truth, the sagest among us were practising the creed before...
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