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The Silicon Jungle by David H. Rothman

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The Silicon Jungle
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Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN/ASIN: 0345320638
ISBN-13: 9780345320636
Number of pages: 385

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Americans are fighting each other not just in the marketplace but also in the Silicon Jungle. The jungle is not greenery. It is not land. It is nothing more than the mineral in tiny computer chips that switch electronic impulses ...

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