Formal Organization The
Basic Books, Sep 21, 1972 - Associations, institutions, etc - 290 pages
This history of New York's bravest (the FDNY) is "a useful and relentless reminder of the scourge of fire--a weapon of terror long before 2001--and the routine heroism of the city's firefighters" ("New York Times"). 80 photos.
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The Nature of Organizations
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Social Work Administration: Principles and Practices
Harleigh Bradley Trecker
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