America Calling: A Social History of the Telephone to 1940

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"A model for historians and sociologists and . . . a standard to which all future research on technology will refer."--Daniel Bell, Harvard University "Will be essential reading in the social history of the telephone for a long time to come."--Carolyn Marvin, author of "When Old Technologies Were New" "Everybody uses the telephone; only Claude Fischer has thought about it. The telephone has liberated us from neighborhood boundaries. It lets us play and work together over long distances. Long before the computer, its ...

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