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The lack of record in affairs of state is a concern both for now and future historians
In Richard Ovenden’s history when books burn, it is more than just words under attack
Destroying records and cutting library funds are political acts with grave implications
Debates over the ownership of ideas have been raging since the early Middle Ages
We are producing more knowledge than ever before but preserving only a fraction of it. How much will be left for future generations?
From Gillian Tett’s ‘The Silo Effect’ to an interview with Tracy Chevalier
Rebuilding makes one of the world’s biggest libraries more accessible to public