Indeed, there has been no shortage of jaw-dropping gaffes and the cross-aisle bickering remains as as fervent as ever.
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Fortunately, we can have both, and it is to both we thank for humanity’s progress. Many are the dedicated members of The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users.
Thirteen ALCTS members currently serve in IFLA, and as liaisons to ALA they provided reports of this year’s annual IFLA General Conference and Assembly, held in August 2011.
While progress has largely followed the familiar ‘two-steps-forward-one-step-backwards’ approach to progressive reform in the United States, this week’s decision marked a staggering 14th straight victory for advocates of equality.
It would seem that, for the time being, momentum is on the side of justice.
Even with the fate of the Congressional majority hanging in the balance, Americans simply aren’t interested in next week’s election, and it shows.
As a result, the media has produced a startlingly broad consensus on two primary and very much intertwined electoral themes.
The technical services department at the University of Maryland Thurgood Marshall Law Library discovered that not only could the individuals in the program benefit, but the library could as well.
I do not believe it is overreaching to assume that this work leads to even greater benefits in our society. Betsy Simpson, ALCTS President 2011–2012 Earlier this year Apple CEO Steve Jobs, a pioneer in personal computing, passed away leaving an extraordinary legacy, one which is driving the future of global communication.
This issue includes their accounts of the conference programs and meetings.