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Cover of: Zoia! by Zoia Horn
About the Book

Autobiography of intellectual freedom pioneer and librarian Zoia Horn. A proper lady librarian, Zoia went to jail for refusing to testify in a trial against anti Viet Nam war activists in the Harrisburg Seven. She said, "To me it stands on: Freedom of thought — but government spying in homes, in libraries and universities inhibits and destroys this freedom."

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Library of Congress Z720.H67 A3 1995
Dewey 020/.92, B

2 editions First published in 1995

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Cover of: Zoia!
1995, McFarland & Co.
Zoia!
in English
Cover of: Zoia!
March 1995, McFarland & Company
Zoia!
Library Binding in English

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