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Engineering Invention: Frank J. Sprague and the U.S. Electrical Industry. By Frederick Dalzell. (Cambridge: mit Press, 2010. xiv, 288 pp. $21.60, ISBN 978-0-262-04256-7.)

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Engineering can take a variety of forms—civil, military, or mechanical—but the term ‘engineering industry’ is normally used in a more limited sense to describe the industry devoted to the manufacture ...

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