Economic and Social Implications of Automation, Volume 2
Labor and Industrial Relations Center, Michigan State University, 1960 - Automation - 128 pages
Contents--v. 1 A bibliographic review by G. Cheek.--v. 2 An annotated bibliography: literature, 1957-1960, by E. Hardin, W.B. Eddy, and S.F. Deutsch.
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