Automation and Society

  title={Automation and Society},
  author={John F. Coales},
Automation and Social ProgressBy Dr. S. Lilley. Pp. 224. (London: Lawrence and Wishart, Ltd., 1957.) 21s. net.AutomationIts Purpose and Future. By Dr. M. Pyke. Pp. 191 + 8 plates. (London: Hutchinson's Scientific and Technical Publications, 1956.) 16s.Automation in Theory and PracticeA Course of Lectures organised by E. M. Hugh-Jones. Pp. ix + 140. (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1956.) 12s. 6d. net. 

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