The defender: the story of General Dynamics

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Harper & Row Limited, 1986 - Technology & Engineering - 385 pages
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Traces the history of General Dynamics, the largest weapons company in the world, examines charges of negligence and fraud made against the corporation, and includes profiles of its colorful leaders

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The defender: the story of General Dynamics

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Franklin's book is another study of General Dynamics, following Jacob Goodwin's Brotherhood of Arms ( LJ 8/85). Both look at defense contracting and both are histories but this is a more usual ... Read full review


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