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COOPERATIVE COMPETITORS: LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL ARCHIVAL ASSOCIATIONS
WILLIAM J. MAHER
The Midwestern Archivist
Vol. 16, No. 2 (1991), pp. 105-113
Published by: Midwest Archives Conference
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41101801
Page Count: 9
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Archivists' professional development is critically dependent on a diverse system of archival organizations. Through meetings, publications, and committee work, these organizations provide members with education, experience, and legitimatization. Regional archival organizations are enviably positioned to fulfill archivists' educational and socialization needs. Their middle position, however, requires special attention to ensure that cooperation and competition are used productively.
The Midwestern Archivist © 1991 Midwest Archives Conference