Findings from the evaluation of the National Library Power Programme
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Published by DeWitt Wallace-Reader"s Digest Fund in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

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Statementconducted by the University of Wisconsin at Madison School of Library and Information Studies and School of Education.
ContributionsDeWitt Wallace-Reader"s Digest Fund., University of Wisconsin-Madison. School of Library and Information Studies., University of Wisconsin-Madison. School of Education.
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