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Old 09-10-2007, 01:38 PM   #14
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Maybe not, but providing access to a Universal Library (through taxation) would be seen as promoting and supporting Education, which is a government function (in the US).
An excellent point, Steve, but the cost bloat still worries me.

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Better for a non-profit organization with some international govt oversight to do it.
You're probably right. I don't guess the Red Cross is game to branch out ....
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