[Susan notes: For years, California has underfunded and then closed school libraries. Now they're delivering the death blow to public libraries too. Stephen Krashen's letter shows the results.]
To the editor
Pico Iyer is right about the importance of supporting libraries ("Sanctuary amid the stacks," March 6). Missing from his argument, however, is the impact of libraries on children.
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