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What’s hot in government documents? Library Journal publishes 2011 Notable government documents

Library Journal: Notable Government Documents 2011 Library Journal has just published their annual list of Notable Government documents, “Notable Government Documents 2011: Past as Prologue”. This list of notable Federal, State, Local and International documents — put together each year by ALA’s Government Documents Round Table — is a collaborative effort by the documents community to promote awareness and acquisition of government publications by libraries and use by library patrons. The list highlights the depth and breadth of the work of our governments. Check them out — and make sure your library has them in their collections!

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