Table of contents for A nation transformed by information : how information has shaped the United States from Colonial times to the present / editors, Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., James W. Cortada.


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1. The Information Age in Historical Perspective: Introduction, Alfred D. Chandler Jr.
2. Early American Origins of the Information Age, Richard D. Brown
3. Recasting the Information Infrastructure for the Industrial Age, Richard R. John
4. Business Use of Information and Technology during the Industrial Age
5. The Threshold of the Information Age: Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures Mobilize the Nation, Margaret Graham
6. Progenitors of the Information Age: The Development of Chips and Computers, James W. Cortada
7. Information Technology Management Since 1960, Richard L. Nolan
8. Computers in U.S. Households Since 1977, Lee S. Sproull
9. The Information Age: Continities and Differences, Alfred D. Chandler Jr. and James W. Cortada
Notes
Bibliographic Essay on the Role of Information in the Transformation of the United States
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Information technology -- United States -- History.