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Margo, did you see this.  Do we need any of these titles to "fill in holes" in our labor collections?
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The Wirtz Labor Library is undergoing a weeding project.
If your institution could use any of these items please contact:
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The following items are available to interested libraries:

The Role of Business in Society Diebold, John                     AMACOM            1982

Quantitative Approaches to                   Levin, Richard I  et als      McGrawHill          1982
            Management  5th ed.

The Labor Revolution                           Tyler, Gus                           Viking Press          1967
    Trade Union in a New America

Managing Change; Cases and   Jick, Todd D.                        McGrawHill         2003
     Concepts 2nd ed.

Managing Strategic Change:                  Tichy, Noel M. John Wiley & Sons       1983
   Technical, Political and Cultural Dynamics

Organization Development and Huse, Edgar F.                   West Publishing          1985
            Change  3rd ed.

Liberation Management:                        Peters, Tom                         Alfred A. Knopf        1992
            Necessary Disorganization
            For the Nanosecond Nineties

Adhocracy, The Power to Change        Waterman, Robert H           Whittle Direct          1990    (the Larger Agenda Series)

The Phoenix Agenda:                            Whiteside, John                        OMNEO            1993
            Power to Transform
            Your Workplace

Break Point: Business Process  Carr, David, et als           Coopers & Lybrand     1992
    Redesign  (Coopers & Lybrand
    Performance Solutions Series

Tyranny of the Bottom Line                   Estes, Ralph                 Berrett-Koehler            1995
  Why Corporations Make Good
   People do Bad Things

Social Responsibility and the                 McKie, James Ed.        Brookings Institution    1974
  Business Predicament

The Fifth Discipline: The Art                  Senge, Peter M.           Doubleday           1990
 and Practice of the Learning
 Organization

Who's Who in Washington                   Congressional Quarterly Inc.                 1994
            Nonprofit Groups 1994

Open Computing Guide to                    Reiss, Levi                    McGrawHill                 1995
            Mosaic: Your Guide
            To the WWW

The New York Public Library               Stonesong Press           1989
            Desk Reference

The New York Public Library               Prentice Hall                 1993
            Desk Reference 2nd ed.


The Yearbook of Experts, Authorities &           Broadcast Interview Source                  1990
            Spokespersons/ An Encyclopedia
            Of Sources 8th ed.


The Book of Numbers              Heron House Editors compilation          A&W               1978

Awards, Honors & Prizes                     Siegman, Gita ed.         Gale                             1991
  9th ed. 1991-92 vols. I &  II

Politics, markets and America's Schools   Chubb, John E.                     Brookings         1990


Planning and Development in Iran          Baldwin, George B.      Johns Hopkins              1967

The Uneasy Partnership:  Social Science           Lyons, Gene     Russell Sage                 1969
And the Federal Government in the
20th Century

Basic Economic Principles                    Lynn, Robert A.           McGrawHill     1965

Persian Gulf States Country Studies      Nyrop, Richard, ed.      GPO                1985
Foreign Area Studies

Turkey a country Study             Nyrop, Richard            GPO                1980

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Laurel Yatsko

Project Manager/  IIA/ Wirtz Labor Library

Department of Labor/ 200 Constitution Ave., N.W./ rm N-2445

Washington, D.C.  20210

Phone 202-693-6633/ Fax 202-693-6642

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