Automation: an informational report
Oglesby, Earl V.
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Chapter I. Automation: An idea or an Era?; Chapter II. Automation: What is it?; Chapter III. Automation: From Where?; Chapter IV. Automation: Office Utopia?; Chapter V. Automation: Labor's Debacle?; Chapter VI. Automation: Management's Headache?; Chapter VII. Automation: An Aid to Government's Bigness?; Chapter VIII. Automation: Can it be Concluded?
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