Professionalism and corporatism

A librarian was recently called to task for having sold some heritage documents in his care. Using the form of a dialogue, the author suggests that faced with this type of case, the profession leaves the justice system to work without direct intervention despite a mediation process -which acknowledges at long last the heritage role of libraries. He replies to the accusation of "corporatism" shown by librarians but stigmatizes the "professionalism" behind which they are retrenched.