I thoroughly enjoyed the piece, “What’s so Great About the Dewey Decimal System?” The writing is accessible and the article itself is explanatory and informative. It not only describes Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC), but also explains Library of Congress Classification (LCC) and compares the two systems. I understand that Dewey and his system deserve immense acknowledgement and praise. However, the author only writes three sentences stating that Dewey “was no saint,” which is understandable and could be contributed to the time that Dewey lived in. But, radical cataloging, for example, helps to bring light to the social inefficiencies of such dominant systems like the DDC.