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Electronics in the West - The first fifty years
Arnold O. Beckman - One hundred years of exellence
Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF)
Living with the chip
Chapman & Hall
The new alchemists - Silicon valley and the microelectronic revolution
Little, Brown and Company
Microchip - An idea, its genesis, and revolution it created
Technology, enterpreneurs, and Silicon Valley
Institute of the History of Technology
The Silicon Boys and their Valley of Dreams
William Morrow and Company, Inc.
TI, the transistor, and me or my dis-integrated circuit through Texas Instrumants
Texas Legal Copies, Inc.
Silicon Gold Rush - The next generation of high-tech stars rewrites the rules of business
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Spinoff - A personal history of the industry that changed the world
Saranac Lake Publishing
A career in Korea - The inside story of Samsung Electronics
KorCom International Inc.
Tiger technology - The creation of a semiconductor industry in East Asia
Cambridge University Press
The political economy of industrial policy in East Asia - The semiconductor industry in Taiwan and South Korea
Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
We were burning - Japanese enterpreneurs an the forging of the electronic age
A Cornelia and Michael Bessie Book
Silicon destiny - The story of application specific integrated circuits and LSI Logic Corporation