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In 1814, Thomas Jefferson donated the contents of his vast personal library of books and correspondence to form the foundation of the Library of Congress. Some 200 years later, that library is one of the largest in the world. Yet, the text of all of its contents could fit on a stack of DVDs that would reach to the top of a two-story building.

 

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