I'm looking at writing a paper for my Library History class (I'm in my final semester of an MLIS degree) on radical libraries. I'd like to start with anarchist/socialist libraries in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as libraries associated with unions, or even worker co-op libraries. Ideally, I'll bring it down to the present day - I've got personal experience with working at infoshops, but little info that could be cited in an academic paper. I've been doing some looking in library history journals, but there seems to be very little out there beyond some articles on mechanics' institutes and the like. Does anyone have any leads for me?
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