Central New York Books: Non-Fiction - Government
- Does Your Government Measure Up? Basic Tools for Local Officials and Citizens
by William D. Coplin & Carol A. Dwyer.
(Syracuse University Press, 2000).
ISBN: 0970286406 (paperback, 156 pages) Try Amazon.com.
- Woman, Church, and State
by Matilda Joslyn Gage.
The author, a major figure in the 19th century American woman's movement lived in Fayetteville.
ISBN: 0405044585 (hardcover, Arno Pr, 1972) Try Amazon.com; ISBN: 1880589273 (paperback, Sky Carrier Press, 1998, Introduction by and edited by Sally Roesch Wagner.) Try Amazon.com; ISBN: 1591020077 (paperback, 554 pages, Humanity Books, 2001, Introduction by and edited by Sally Roesch Wagner.) Try Amazon.com; ISBN: 8185990468 (paperback, 555 pages, South Asia Books, 1997) Try Amazon.com.
- Decisions in Syracuse
by Roscoe C. Martin.
(Greenwood Publishing Group, 1961).
ISBN: 0837101603 Try Amazon.com.
- Ruling the Root: Internet Governance and the Taming of Cyberspace
by Milton L. Mueller.
(MIT Press, 2002).
The author is a professor at Syracuse University.
ISBN: 0262134128 (hardcover, 332 pages) Try Amazon.com.