Not having read Constantine's argument, I guess I can't really rebut it. I would like to say, though, that I find it hard to believe that anyone who loves reading could make a convincing case against free public libraries on principle.
At 11:30 PM 23/11/2008, Mario wrote:
>The argument that Constantine's Mad Russian makes is that each time
>the book is borrowed he is losing royalties on a copy sold. I don't
>know that there is a valid argument against this.
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