3 edition of ALA federal legislative policy found in the catalog.
ALA federal legislative policy
American Library Association. Legislation Committee.
Previous ed. issued as: Federal legislative policy of the American Library Association. 1979.
|Statement||prepared by the American Library Association, Legislative Committee : adopted by the Council of the American Library Association, July 1, 1987.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
The statement of federal legislative policy prepared and updated periodically by the ALA Legislation Committee and formally adopted by the ALA Council determines the priorities and relative emphasis of the work of the Washington office and the Legislation Committee and also serves as a guide for the association’s participation in various Author: Eileen D. Cooke. Book Lists (ALA-Children’s Book Council Joint Committee, with cooperation from Quicklists Consulting Committee) Politics, Policy & International Relations Section (PPIRS) The Newsletter of the American Library Association SRRT Feminist Task Force. Staff Organizations Round Table (SORT) Sustainability Round Table. Publications.
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ly supported libraries exist within the context of a body of law derived from the U.S. Constitution, defined by. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): THISPAPER ATTEMPTS to illustrate how the American Library Association’s (ALA) federal legislative program has been implemented over the years, based on an officially adopted legislative policy and a flexible legislative strategy.
It also attempts to highlight the organizational components essential to an effective. The Role of ALA and Other Library Associations in the Promotion of Library Legislation EILEEN D. COOKE THIS PAPER ATTEMPTS to illustrate how the American Library Association’s (ALA) federal legislative program has been implemented over the years, based on an officially adopted legislative policy and a flexible legislative strategy.
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