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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 29 (3):369-389 (1998)
|Abstract||Almost 20 years ago the United States and China established a program for exchange of government publications through their two national libraries, the Library of Congress (LC) and the National Library of China (NLC). Both sides have made tremendous efforts to honor the exchange agreement, although LC hopes to receive more comparable materials from its counterpart. The recent shift to electronic formats in the United States and the government Internet censorship in China pose serious challenges to the existence of this program. Suggestions are made for ameliorating these difficulties.|
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