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“An extraordinarily comprehensive and enjoyable historical portrait of the nation's most critical energy supply system, and its indispensable engine of progress and prosperity. This spendid book is as readable as it is rigorous in its fascinating journey through the creation and the evolution of the electricity enterprise in the 20th century. What set Munson’s work apart is his probing exploration of the powerful and diverse personalities who collectively shaped what has become the world's largest and most complex machine.”

Review by Kurt Yeager, president, Electric Power Research Institute.

Published by Praeger Press in 2005. Order here.