We're at cross-purposes on terminology. NACO is a PCC programme (as is
BIBCO), governed by the PCC Policy Committee.


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On Thu, 3 May 2012, Moore, Richard wrote:

> I don't think PCC has been fussed for a long time over the minutiae of

> whether participants cite "back cover", or "p.4 of cover"

  It's a NACO question, not PCC. NACO simply is more informal and
requires less specificity of notation form on authority records that
PCC/BIBCO requires of bibliographic records.


  John G. Marr
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