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Lending FAQ
 
 
 
 
Q:  Do I have to return the book?   
 
Q:  Do I have to return the book?   
  
 
A:  No, these books belong to everyone.   
 
A:  No, these books belong to everyone.   
  
If you think you could put a book to good use long-term keep it.
 
 
If not after you’ve finished, pass it along
 
 
and of course returns are welcome
 
 
at our branches.
 
 
 
Q:  Do I have to sign the book out?   
 
Q:  Do I have to sign the book out?   
  
A:  Nope.
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A:  No, we love and trust you.
 
Q:  What should I do if I decide not to return a book? 
 
 
 
A:  If you're reading and learning we're happy.  
 
 
   
 
   
 
Q:  Can I buy the book?   
 
Q:  Can I buy the book?   
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Q:  Can I donate a book?   
 
Q:  Can I donate a book?   
  
A:  What do you think?   
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A:  Of course you can!
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Q:  Where can i return or borrow a book?
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A: We have [[branches]]
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Thanks for reading!
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Slavery has been abolished by the war power.
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This, I and my European friends are glad of,
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for slavery is but the owning of labor
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and carries with it the care of the laborers.
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The European plan, led by England,
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is that capital shall control labor
  
We love good books.
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by controlling wages.

Latest revision as of 17:47, 20 July 2018

Q: Do I have to return the book?

A: No, these books belong to everyone.

Q: Do I have to sign the book out?

A: No, we love and trust you.

Q: Can I buy the book?

A: Not in this life time.

Q: Can I donate a book?

A: Of course you can!

Q: Where can i return or borrow a book?

A: We have branches


Thanks for reading!


Slavery has been abolished by the war power.

This, I and my European friends are glad of,

for slavery is but the owning of labor

and carries with it the care of the laborers.

The European plan, led by England,

is that capital shall control labor

by controlling wages.