Politics and the Support of Libraries | Book, Essay

Politics and the Support of Libraries
Book details:
Pages: 200

Original Title Politics and the Support of Libraries

ISBN 155570073X (ISBN13: 9781555700737 )


Book description:

Can librarians influence the political process to maximize library support? Twenty-four essays written by such savvy politicos as Arthur Curley, Virginia Young, John Lubans, Major Owens, Paul Fasana, and David Bender address the question. Their expertise spans not only library issues, but the political environments of university, college, community college, and special libraries as well. National, state, and local politics comprise the book's first three parts. Part Four focuses on "Getting the Job Done," from key political players to strategies.




Book Authors:

E.J. Josey

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Politics and the Support of Libraries Essay




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