Dependence of the United States on Essential Imported Materials, Year 2000. Volume I.
LITTLE (ARTHUR D) INC CAMBRIDGE MASS
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A realistic appraisal is made of U.S. dependence on imported essential materials which will move to the United States over sea lanes in the latter decades of this century. It is an input to the Navys broader investigation in this field. Volume one of a two-volume report makes an executive summary and discusses minerals and metals, shipping considerations, energy and petrochemicals, manufactured goods, food, forest products, ocean resources, and the U.S. economy of the future.
- Economics and Cost Analysis