- DECENTRALIZING THE CITY (Book Review). Clark, W.A.V. // Annals of Regional Science;Feb74, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p157
Reviews the book 'Decentralizing the City: A Study of Boston's Little City Halls,' by Eric A. Nordlinger.
- SPREADING THE WORD AROUND CITY HALL (Book). Floyd, Picot B. // Southern Review of Public Administration;Sep77, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p255
Reviews the book 'Spreading the Word Around the City Hall,' by Fran and Frank Aleshire.
- THE NEW SOLITUDES. Callwood, June // Books in Canada;Dec90, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p39
Reviews the book 'City Hall and Mrs. God,' by Cary Fagan, about the social isolation of Toronto, Ontario.
- Sorry â€¦ No Government Today; Unions vs. City Hall. // Education Digest;Feb1970, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p63
Reviews the book "Sorry... No Government Today: Unions vs. City Hall," edited by Robert E. Walsh.
- The way out/ Cutting back City Hall. // Public Choice;1981, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p370
Reviews two books about local governments. "The Way Out," by A. R. Bailey and D. G. Hull; "Cutting Back City Hall," by R. W. Poole Jr.
- Hitched! Wedding Stories from San Francisco City Hall. Pepper, Rachel // Curve;Dec2005, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p64
The article reviews the book "Hitched! Wedding Stories from San Francisco City Hall," by Cheryl Dumesnil.
- Sorryâ€¦No Government Today (Book Review). Leahy, William H. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul70, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p594
The article reviews the book "Sorryâ€¦No Government Today," edited by Robert E. Walsh.
- Old City Hall. Weinman, Sarah // Quill & Quire;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p44
The article reviews the book "Old City Hall," by Robert Rotenberg.
- Marlborough Marathon: One Street against a Developer. Case Studies in Community Action/People or Planes/Up against City Hall (Book). Holden, D. E. W. // Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology;Aug73, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p281
Reviews three books on community. "Marlborough Marathon: One Street Against a Developer," by J. L. Granatstein; "People or Planes," by Hector Massey and Charles Godfrey; "Up Against City Hall," by John Sewell.