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Presentation at the 28th Annual Convention of the Association of Jewish Libraries, June 22, 1993, at the New York Hilton Hotel, as part of the panel "Library Collecting􀂒 Policies: The Social, Political and Historical Context."

Abstract

An overview of the inclusion and treatment of Arab-American literature in a special library primarily concerned with contemporary American Jewish issues, the Blaustein Library of the American Jewish Committee. Mainstream Arab-American literature is interfiled with the regular collection, using a modified Dewey Decimal classification scheme. Extremist material, although housed separately, is classified in the same manner as the regular collection, preceded by a designation signifying literature of an antisemitic nature.

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