A Compelling Case That Libraries are One of Our Most Crucial Social Institutions
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In this NY Times Opinion piece the author, Eric Klinenberg, advocates what we already know to be true: libraries are a necessary social institution. For almost two centuries, public libraries have offered a unique haven that nary another brick and mortar structure has been able to provide. In addition to access to free information for all, libraries continue to be one-stop-shops that offer those critical intangible currencies -knowledge, camaraderie, interaction -all in a welcoming space that you just can’t seem to find anywhere else.

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