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I second Sandy Berman's December 17, 2008 letter to the Cataloging Policy & Support Office suggesting LIBRARY CATS as a subject heading. He cites an AP review of Dewey, the Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World by Vicki Myron and Bret Witter (which I notice, btw is available in Polish!) as warrant.
Also, I know Sandy Berman has asked before, but now my friend Greg Hom is, too. I hope LC will consider changing JEWISH-ARAB RELATIONS and any/all terms relating to it to the more accurate ISRAELI-ARAB RELATIONS. Greg's request is based on Palestine by Joe Sacco.
I declare the six weeks or so from now until his birthday on October 6, Sandy Berman appreciation month. (It takes way more than a month to show sufficient appreciation, believe me!) Please participate by sending him cards, flowers, subject heading suggestions, and low fat schnitzel.
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Yesterday I declared Sandy Berman Appreciation Month and implored readers to send Sandy get well wishes. But I know it's really hard for some people to buy a card, write on it, put it in an envelope, stamp it, and mail it. Therefore, I volunteer to convey your messages for you.
This post is part of the Radical Reference Library of Congress Subject Heading Suggestion Blog-a-Thon.
While I am over the top that you have adopted the -WAVE FEMINISM headings, I think you could do better on the references. Per my blog post comment of February 2008, this is what I suggest...