Cover: The Geographic Distribution of Metal-Working Equipment

The Geographic Distribution of Metal-Working Equipment

Published 1953

by Harry Max Markowitz

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Data on the distribution of metal-working machinery by industry, type, and geographical location. This analysis indicates that the quantity of the various machines outside metropolitan areas is sufficient for substantial military output.

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