Presence and Role of Manufacturing Industries in the American Economy
This chapter describes the size and nature of manufacturing industries in the American economy during the second half of the 20th century, providing data on size of GDP, number of employees, and key industries and how those changed over the half century. It discusses the evolution of the Fordist style to a Digital style of work, and patterns in the adoption and deployment of computers across the entire sector.
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