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HC79 .T4 H56 1988 [Info] The Sources of Innovation (New York: Oxford University Press, c1988), by Eric von Hippel (PDF files at MIT)
HC79 .T4 K44 1994 [Info] Out of Control: The Rise of Neo-Biological Civilization, by Kevin Kelly (HTML and PDF with commentary at kk.org)
HC79.T4 .K47 2005 [Info] How We Got Here: A Slightly Irreverent History of Technology and Markets, by Andy Kessler (PDF at andykessler.com)
HC79 .T4 T438 1987 [Info] Technology and Global Industry: Companies and Nations in the World Economy, ed. by Bruce R. Guile and Harvey Brooks (page images at NAP)
HC79.T4 W4613 2002 [Info] A Passion for Ideas: How Innovators Create the New and Shape Our World (West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, c2002), ed. by Heinrich von Pierer and Bolko von Oetinger (PDF at Purdue)
HC101 .B785 [Info] Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (partial serial archives)
HC102.5 .A76 H34 1991 [Info] John Jacob Astor: Business and Finance in the Early Republic (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c1991), by John D. Haeger (multiple formats with commentary at wayne.edu)
HC102.5 .H87 F75 [Info] Henry E. Huntington and the Creation of Southern California (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1992), by William B. Friedricks
HC103 .D63 1910 [Info] A Documentary History of American Industrial Society (10 volumes plus 1 supplementary volume; Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1910-1911), ed. by John R. Commons, Ulrich Bonnell Phillips, Eugene Allen Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner, and John B. Andrews
HC103 .M8 1910 [Info] History of the Great American Fortunes (3 volumes; Chicago: C. H. Kerr and Co., 1910), by Gustavus Myers
HC103 .W53 2002 [Info] A Short History of American Capitalism (c2002), by Meyer Weinberg (HTML and PDF files with commentary at newhistory.org)
HC103.7 .A85 1994 [Info] Assigning Economic Value to Natural Resources, by National Research Council Commission on Geosciences, Environment, and Resources (page images at NAP)
HC104 .N63 [Info] Puritan Economic Experiments (Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, c1988), by Gary North (PDF with commentary at garynorth.com)
HC105 .D28 [Info] The Industrial Resources, Etc., of the Southern and Western States, by J. D. B. De Bow (page images at MOA)
HC105 .L43 [Info] Democratick Editorials: Essays in Jacksonian Political Economy, by William Leggett, ed. by Lawrence H. White (HTML at econlib.org)
HC105 .S85 [Info] The American System, by Andrew Stewart (page images at MOA)
HC106 .C45 [Info] The Enterprising Americans: A Business History of the United States (Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, 1991), by John Chamberlain (PDF with commentary at garynorth.com)
HC106 .G8 [Info] Checking the Waste: A Story in Conservation, by Mary Huston Gregory (HTML at LOC)
HC106 .H4 [Info] The Age of Big Business: A Chronicle of the Captains of Industry, by Burton J. Hendrick (Gutenberg text)
HC106 .H57 [Info] Highways of Progress (New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1910), by James J. Hill (page images at HathiTrust)
HC106 .P6 [Info] The Fight for Conservation, by Gifford Pinchot (HTML at LOC)
HC106 .V18 [Info] The Conservation of Natural Resources in the United States, by Charles Richard Van Hise (HTML at LOC)
HC106.3.A52 D85 1935 [Info] The Supreme Court's Challenge to Labor: The N.I.R.A. Decision a Signal for Intensified Attacks on the Workers (New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935), by William F. Dunne
HC106.3 .A52 L3 [Info] The Labor Movement and the NRA: The Standpoint of Progressive Unionism (New York: Dressmakers Union Local 22, ca. 1934), by Charles S. Zimmerman and International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union Local 22 (New York, N.Y.) (multiple formats at archive.org)
HC106.3 .B55 1936 [Info] How to Win Social Justice: Can Coughlin and Lemke Do It? (New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1936), by Alex Bittelman (PDF at flvc.org)

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