Americans Say Public Libraries Are Essential to 21st Century Communities

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on June 13, 2006

Press release: “Americans prize public library service in the Internet Age, a new research report released today by the nonpartisan public opinion research organization Public Agenda concludes. As local communities and states contend with tight budget constraints for public services, the public sees libraries as potential solutions to many communities’ most pressing problems, from universal access to computers to the need for better options for keeping teens safe and productive.”

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