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Author: B. Marsden | Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan | Category: Civil Engineering | Language: English | Page: 351 | ISBN: 0230507042 | ISBN13: 9780230507043 |
Description: Engineers are empire-builders. Watt, Brunel, and others worked to build and expand personal and business empires of material technology and in so doing these engineers also became active agents of political and economic empire. This book provides a fascinating exploration of the cultural construction of the large-scale technologies of empire.
Engineering Empires: A Cultural History of Technology in Nineteenth-Century Britain.pdf
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