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February 8, 2006

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I WAS disappointed in the inflammatory headline to the Richard Cravatts piece (" When librarians protect terrorists ," op-ed, Feb. 6). By implying that librarians protect terrorists, it supported the equally inflammatory language of his article, which called librarians ''apoplectic" in their desire to provide protection to their patrons and further muddied the issues of what, exactly, are the rights ... (Full article: 352 words)

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