Forces of Production: A Social History of Industrial Automation

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Knopf, 1984 - Automation - 409 pages
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" This is not a book about American technology, but about American technology" so Noble began this important book in 1984 when computerization had truly taken hold of American life, and when ... Read full review

Contents

The War at Home
21
Chapter Three Power and the Power of Ideas
42
Chapter Four Toward the Automatic Factory
57
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