Libraries are gigantically important for one simple reason: any person, regardless of race or gender, will find a copy of The Koran, The Bible, The Bhagavad Gita, as well as Darwin’s Origin of Species, Christopher Hitchen’s God is Not Great and Bill Watersin’s Calvin and Hobbes, all living under the same roof, in some case cases on the same bookshelf, coexisting side by side in peace.

Libraries are gigantically important for one simple reason: any person, regardless of race or gender, will find a copy of The Koran, The Bible, The Bhagavad Gita, as well as Darwin’s Origin of Species, Christopher Hitchen’s God is Not Great and Bill Watersin’s Calvin and Hobbes, all living under the same roof, in some case cases on the same bookshelf, coexisting side by side in peace.

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