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John Chamberlain. The Enterprising Americans: A Business History of the United States. Harper & Row. 1974. 282pp.

Alfred Chandler. The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business. Belknap Press. 1977. 608pp.

Thomas C. Cochran. Business in American Life: A History. McGraw-Hill. 1972. 402pp.

Virginia G. Drachman. Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business. UNC Press. 2002. 184pp.

Saul Engelbourg. Power and Morality: American Business Ethics, 1840-1914. Greenwood Press. 1980. 181pp.

Rendigs Fels. American Business Cycles, 1865-1897. University of North Carolina Press. 1959. 244pp.

John P. Fernandez. Racism and Sexism in Corporate Life: Changing Values in American Business. Lexington Books. 1981. 359pp.

John N. Ingham; Lynne B. Feldman. Contemporary American Business Leaders: A Biographical Dictionary. Greenwood Press. 1990. 788pp. 116 succinct biographies.

Kim McQuaid. Uneasy Partners: Big Business in American Politics, 1945-1990. JHU Press. 1993. 224pp.

Irving S. Michelman. Business at Bay: Critics and Heretics of American Business. A. M. Kelley. 1969. 299pp.

Ralph Nader; William Taylor. The Big Boys: Power and Position in American Business. Pantheon Books. 1986. 571pp.

Eric Sevareid; with John Case. Enterprise: The Making of Business in America. McGraw-Hill. 1983. 225pp.

Richard S. Tedlow. The Rise of the American Business Corporation. Routledge. 1991. 71pp.

David O. Whitten; Bessie E. Whitten. The Birth of Big Business in the United States, 1860-1914: Commercial, Extractive, and Industrial Enterprise. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2006. 204pp.

Joan Hoff Wilson. American Business & Foreign Policy, 1920-1933. University Press of Kentucky. 1971. 339pp.

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