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Date: 2009-06-04 04:20 am (UTC)
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Another place to look for books like these is university libraries. In the U.S., public universities usually let the public into their libraries (after all, they're supported by tax money). They may or may not let members of the public borrow books, but if you have time to go into the library and read, that can be a chance to read out-of-print books that aren't available anywhere else.

Private colleges have more varied policies, but some of them want to stay on good terms with the locals and will also either let local residents get library cards or let local residents come in and read the books in situ.
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