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The prospect can be a daunting one when faced with an existing catalogue containing many thousands of entries, though one point worth bearing in mind is that in many cases AACR merely legalizes practices which have been carried on in libraries for years, such as entry of a pseudonymous writer under his pseudonym and entry of many government bodies under their names. Curwen and Quigg, in two stimulating papers at the seminar organized by the Library Association Cataloguing and Indexing Group, (330) have examined the local and national implications of AACR, and the American approach has been presented in a number of articles/ 81 ' 318 - 322) It could, of course, be ignored—a retrograde step which probably would mean simply postponing the date of adoption.
One of the worst examples was the separation of Rules 2 (Joint authors) and 126 (Collections), which caused considerable confusion over the years. Throughout, the rules for choice of heading and structure of entry were confused. Practical Application of AA 1908 Although AA 1908 was probably used as the basis of cataloguing in most English-speaking countries for many years, it is doubtful if many librarians adopted it without amendments. Of the libraries visited for the purpose of writing this textbook, only two (the Universities of Aston and Birmingham) were using AA 1908, and both were planning to change to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules 1967.