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United Nations Programme Tries to Archive Universally Important Information

For the past twenty years the United Nations has been trying to archive what it considers the most important information in the world.  And this week librarians and historians from around the globe are in Vancouver to discuss what information has universal value.  We spoke to UNESCO Programme Specialist Joie Springer about the "Memory of the World."
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