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37 See Rodney M. Brunt’s chapter 45 on cataloguing, below. 16 Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 Libraries and the modern world too, globalisation can often have a negative effect on local good practice: but British librarians have recently begun to make common cause with their colleagues elsewhere in the world on problems such as periodical price rises and the licensing of electronic publications. 38 The National Lending Library for Science and Technology at Boston Spa pioneered in the 1960s the practice of rapid provision of loans or photocopies from its own extensive stock, which has been continued and expanded by the British Library since the NLLST’s absorption into the new body in 1973.
Within the context of this brief assessment, however, there is room for discussion, once the bare facts of public library development have been laid out, of only a selection of staple perspectives: the philosophical; the professional-bureaucratic; and the societal (including cultural, political, economic, and class and control perspectives). The empirical model A narrative of Whiggish progress, with its emphasis on mostly positive institutional, technical and collections development, has been the dominant mode of discourse in public library history.
Librarians (and users) from immigrant communities have informed the British library scene through the whole of our period. In the mid-nineteenth century Italian political refugees, largely from a cultured background, brought a welcome leaven, like Andrea Crestadoro of Manchester Public Library or of course Antonio Panizzi, whose radical ideas modernised the British Museum. 26 Later waves of 23 Lenin at the British Library (London, 1990). 24 Many testimonies of this kind are given in J. Rose, The intellectual life of the British working classes (New Haven and London, 2001).
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