1 edition of 50 great pioneers of American industry found in the catalog.
50 great pioneers of American industry
|Statement||By the editors of News front [and] Year].|
|LC Classifications||HC102.5.A2 N43, HC102.5.A2 N43|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||65000485|
The heavier outlays of capital and larger volume of sales that this necessitated ended the era of easy entry and free-wheeling competition among many small producers in the American industry. Past Forward: Articles from The Journal of American History selects some of the best articles from The Journal of American History to meet the needs of students and teachers of the U.S. history survey. Information on Volume 1: From Colonial Foundations to the Civil War. Information on Volume 2: From the Civil War to Present.
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The 50 Great Pioneers of American IndustryAuthor: Editors of News Front and Year. The 50 Great Pioneers of 50 great pioneers of American industry book Industry by Baldwin H. Ward. Publisher: J.G. Ferguson Publishing ISBN/ASIN: BKPXE20 Number of pages: Description: The U.S. economy is the largest, most successful and the most widely beneficial of all mankind's collective achievements.
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