- Title Pages
- Introducing American Information
- Chapter 1 A Short Biography of American Information, 1870–1945
- Chapter 2 Roots of Early Uses of Information
- Chapter 3 Big Business and Small Farms Rely on Information, 1870–1941
- Chapter 4 Big Government and Small Universities Take On Big Information, 1870–1941
- Chapter 5 How Citizens Became Dependent on Information, 1870–1945
- Chapter 6 From Pearl Harbor to 9/11
- Chapter 7 Informing the Business of America, 1945–1998
- Chapter 8 Information and the Modern Knowledge Worker, 1945–1998
- Chapter 9 Uses of Information in Everyday Life, 1945–1995
- Chapter 10 The Internet and Modern Uses of Information
- Chapter 11 How Americans Used Information to Shape Their Society
- Bibliographic Essay
- All the Facts
- Oxford University Press
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