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      1. TITLE

        The electronic library

        PUB. DATE
        July 1997
        SOURCE
        National Journal;7/12/97, Vol. 29 Issue 28, p1437
        SOURCE TYPE
        Periodical
        DOC. TYPE
        Article
        ABSTRACT
        Discloses the Web site address of the United States Library of Congress.
        ACCESSION #
        124532

         

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