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Ouster prompts blast at Menino

Library president cites interference, hostility

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / November 14, 2007

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Longtime Boston Public Library president Bernard Margolis, breaking his silence within hours of his ouster yesterday, lashed back at Mayor Thomas M. Menino, accusing him of an "anti-intellectual" bent that threatens the city's cherished library system with too much parochial politics and too little funding. (Full article: 1187 words)

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