Talk:Radical Reference

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''(This should tell you that they are far to the left of the political spectrum (think MoveOn.org) and in no way represent the general library community. They will say they are for a more egalitarian  society but will demonize you if you have a more conservative stance, calling every thing you stand for "hate' etc.)'' This is the opinion of one individual and may not reflect those of others  -[[User:Meredith|Meredith]] 10:42, 7 November 2006 (EST)
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because it had no reference (I think that was originally on LIS News, but I didn't find it with a quick search.) and no other kind of evidence to back it up. I can deal with aspersions--but only if they make an attempt to validate their claims. -[[User:Jenna|Jenna]] 7:45, 8 December 2006 (EST)

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(This should tell you that they are far to the left of the political spectrum (think MoveOn.org) and in no way represent the general library community. They will say they are for a more egalitarian society but will demonize you if you have a more conservative stance, calling every thing you stand for "hate' etc.) This is the opinion of one individual and may not reflect those of others -Meredith 10:42, 7 November 2006 (EST)

because it had no reference (I think that was originally on LIS News, but I didn't find it with a quick search.) and no other kind of evidence to back it up. I can deal with aspersions--but only if they make an attempt to validate their claims. -Jenna 7:45, 8 December 2006 (EST)

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