The fall of the U.S. consumer electronics industry: an American trade tragedy
This work traces the history and background of the once great American consumer electronics manufacturing industry, an industry that was plagued and finally destroyed by an American-Japanese cartel subverting enforcement of our traditional trade laws. The work is not a "Japan-bashing" diatribe, but a call for changes in Washington, and a return to free trade in our domestic and foreign commerce.
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The Age in Which the Electronics Conspiracies Began
Zenith Challenges the Patent Racket
A New Front Is Opened in Chicago
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