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Yet another aspect of intellectual freedom encompasses the library as an institution and its role in social change and education. Of particular importance is the question of advocacy versus neutrality. Can a library committed to intellectual freedom and to providing materials that represent all points of view also support one point of view? Each of these branches in turn has sprouted a plethora of twigs and, viewed in its entirety, the tree makes anything other than an issue-oriented approach nearly impossible.

Scales (2001); and Speaking Out! Voices in Celebration of Intellectual Freedom, by Ann K. Symons and Sally Gardner Reed (1999). The OIF also distributes documents, articles, brochures, and all ALA policy statements concerning intellectual freedom in print and on the Web. As part of its information program, the OIF maintains and distributes a banned books exhibit. The exhibit is available for display at national, state, and local conferences, workshops, seminars, and other meetings. The Office for Intellectual Freedom advises and consults with librarians confronting potential or actual censorship problems.

ALA’s initial response to the pressures against The Grapes of Wrath was the adoption in 1939 of the Library’s Bill of Rights, the precursor of the present Library Bill of Rights, the profession’s basic policy statement on intellectual freedom involving library materials (see Library Bill of Rights, part 2, section 1). In 1940, one year after adoption of the Library’s Bill of Rights, the Association established the Intellectual Freedom Committee, or IFC. ”8 Although the IFC’s role has varied, its main function has been to recommend policies concerning intellectual freedom, especially—but not limited to— matters involving violations of the Library Bill of Rights.

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