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Author Zájacz, Rita, author
Title Reluctant power : networks, corporations, and the struggle for global governance in the early 20th century / Rita Zájacz
Imprint Cambridge : MIT Press, 2019
[Piscataqay, New Jersey] : IEEE Xplore, [2019]
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (392 pages)
text rdacontent
electronic isbdmedia
online resource rdacarrier
Series Information Policy
Information policy series
Note Network control -- I. Autonomy -- Interconnection: common carrier regulation, spectrum allocation, and geopolitics at the 1903 and 1906 international radio conferences -- Licensing: incorporating radio into the American common carrier regulatory framework, 1899-1912 -- American control at home: from government ownership to direct foreign ownership regulations, 1912-1919 -- II. Expansion -- "A Monroe Doctrine for radio": the development of U.S. radio policy in Latin America, 1912-1919 -- Strategies of expansion: type competition, cartels, and limited foreign direct investment, 1919-1929 -- National ownership revisited: the development of indirect foreign ownership regulations, 1927-1934 -- Conclusion
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How early twentieth-century American policymakers sought to gain control over radiotelegraphy networks in an effort to advance the global position of the United States
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
Link Print version: Zájacz, Rita. Reluctant power 9780262042611 (DLC) 2018049350 (OCoLC)1061871213
Subject 1900-1999 fast
Communication policy -- History -- 20th century
Geopolitics -- History -- 20th century
Ionospheric radio wave propagation -- Government policy -- History -- 20th century
Radio broadcasting -- Political aspects -- History -- 20th century
Electronic books
History. fast
Alt Author IEEE Xplore (Online Service), distributor
MIT Press, publisher
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