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Ironically, the Boston Public Library Communications Office is not the
best source for information about organizational changes at BPL.

Some of the best sources for particulars about the organiational
changes at Boston Public Library are

a. Picketing leaflets, various issues available from a number of the
   friendlier BPLers but not always available directly from some of
   the unions labor relations collective bargaining advocates.

b. The Real Sheet newsletter, various issues available from
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   or available from a number of library studies collections
   at states' library administrative agencies, colleges and
   universities. Check periodicals catalogs.

c. Operations Update, various issues available by email from a number
   of the friendlier BPLers but not always available directly from
   some of the executive offices.

d. General Administrative Notices GAN, various issues available by
   email from a number of the friendlier BPLers but not always
   available directly from some of the executive offices.

Ensconced territoriality at BPL keeps intellectual freedom on hold
when it involves legitimately public information about our city public
libraries. The phenomenon of ensconced territoriality pervades many of
our North American cities' public libraries counterintuitive to
advancing institutional change, counterintuitive to advocating for
improving the organizational culture and counterintuitve to greater
participation in long range cities' public libraries planning and
development.




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