Citizen participation in library decision-making: the Toronto experience
School of Library Service, Dalhousie University in association with the Scarecrow Press, 1984 - Education - 392 pages
The unique experience of the Toronto Public Library, 1974-1981, when reform politics at the municipal level initiated major changes in the library system.
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Citizen Participation in Toronto
The Anatomy of Urban Reform in Toronto
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