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04 December 2007


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Andrew Karre

That seems like a fairly enlightened challenge policy. If you've got to have one, at least mandate that someone actually read the whole book. Have you seen many other challnege policies? Are they typically well thought out?


Yeah, my library requires that the challenger read the book.

I haven't looked very closely at very many of them. It seems, though, judging from the articles I've read, that very often, challenge situations are made much more difficult by not having clear guidelines in place.

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