Life After Television

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Whittle Direct Books, 1990 - Business & Economics - 86 pages
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Gilder's thesis, written in layman's terms, is that the United States wil soon lose its rightful preeminence in the telecommunications field to foreign competitors, particularly the Japanese. Unless ... Read full review

Contents

NEW HOPE FOR THE HARES
THE RISE AND FALL OF TELEVISION
THE CASE OF THE HURTLING HAYSTACK
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