Prisoners Right to Read

July 13, 2011 at 2:33 am Leave a comment

From ASCLA Interface: Prisoners Right to Read.

..The newly approved “Prisoners’ Right to Read” interprets the tenets of the “Library Bill of Rights” within the rules established by correctional administrators. It will be included in the ninth edition of the Intellectual Freedom Manual but is already integrated into the web supplement of Intellectual Freedom Manual 8th edition.

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