What is the difference between the dewey decimal classification system and the Library of Congress?

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The Library of Congress is the worlds' - or one of - biggest library, situated in America. The Dewey Decimal System is a common library system, organising non-fiction books by numbers, and placing them in certain areas, then putting their according number in an alphabetized folder with the subject and it's number. more
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