Murray Maloney

An Appendix to The Discipline of Organizing


Entries begin with an identifier based upon principal author and date of publication; in cases where a principal author is associated with multiple works in a given year, a suffix is appended to differentiate. These identifiers serve as hypertext links to guide the gentle reader back to a corresponding primary citation within the chapters of the book.—MM


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