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Since its founding 140 years ago, Library Journal (LJ) has been motivated by the conviction that libraries affect lives at every stage of development. It was there to support American libraries as they started to organize as a profession and as the national and international network of libraries began to establish themselves in town squares, campus hubs, and educational institutions.

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