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Automation, cybernetics, and society.

Author: F H George
Publisher: New York, Philosophical Library [1959]
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George, F.H. (Frank Honywill), 1921-
Automation, cybernetics, and society.
New York, Philosophical Library [1959]
(OCoLC)680000482
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F H George
OCLC Number: 1189186
Description: 283 pages illustrations 23 cm
Contents: Defining the region, objectives, and approaches --
Distinguishing characteristics and early history: frontier, borderlands, border region ; The Colonial Period: life on a New World frontier ; From frontier to borderlands ; Conflict between the United States and Mexico ; Early border phenomena --
Booms and busts on the border: economic development, 1880s to 1920s ; The first border boom, 1880-1910 ; The border economy during the Mexican Revolution ; Prohibition on the border ; Early free trade --
Life on the border: social change, 1880s to 1930s ; 1880s to 1910 ; Causes of the Mexican Revolution ; The social character of the Revolution in the Mexican North ; The Revolutionary period on the U.S. side of the border ; Transboundary population movements during the Revolution, Prohibition, and Depression --
Booms and busts on the border, 1930s and 1940s ; The Great Depression ; World War II --
Economic trends since 1950: legacies of the wartime economy ; The border economy comes of age ; Mexican government policy and the border: PRONAF and BIP --
the Maquiladoras --
The consequences of rapid growth in the border region: social change and cultural change since the 1940s ; Population and migration ; Urbanization ; Mexican Americans. The impact of migration on sending communities. Cultural evolutions. --
U.S.-Mexican relations at the border: 1890s to 1990s ; The elusive boundary: water, environmental issues, and drug trafficking ; Migration ; NAFTA in the border region.

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