Sanford Berman

Sanford Berman (born October 6, 1933) is a librarian (specifically, a cataloger). He is known for radicalism, promoting alternative viewpoints in librarianship, and acting as a proactive information conduit to other librarians around the world. His vehicles of influence include public speaking, voluminous correspondence, and unsolicited "care packages" delivered via the U.S. Postal Service. Will Manley, columnist for the American Library Association (ALA) publication, ''American Libraries,'' has praised Berman: "He makes you proud to be a librarian." Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Berman, Sanford, 1933-
    Published 1981
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