Libraries are fighting to preserve your right to borrow e-books
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For the first two months after a Macmillan book is published, a library can only buy one copy, at a discount. -
And Macmillan's statement, saying that people can just borrow e-books from any library, betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of how public libraries work. -
Sixty-four percent of US public libraries are members of consortia for e-book purchasing. -
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