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Actually, however, two companies already were employing women on electrical assembly work at the time of visit and one other was preparing to take on a number of women for electric-panel wiring. In both plants where they were already ...
In plants visited by the Women's Bureau as early as 1941, women were employed on much of the work of making these ... In another machine-tool plant visited in 1943 women were doing electric-panel-board assembly exclusively and were ...
To the left are the ditches that join for the electrical conduits that feed the electrical system wiring to the electrical panel, Mohave Electric Cooperative service pole, and power meter. ASSEMBLY WORK February 3, 2009, 4:37 in the afternoon.
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The book is two stories. The first is a technical project while the second is investigative journalism. The technical project is written to teach and coach the reader to understand the installation and function of a solar and wind power generating system. The technical project establishes a human interest story that lends depth knowledge and knowhow to the writer throughout the book. The writer keeps the reader tuned to the in depth issues of the story with notations, highlighted in bold text;"Key Point of the Book"; Several fellow solar and wind systems owners support the writer but sever contact after the book is announced. Manufactures take interest but quickly fall away. There is resistance to the public learning of the group's problem. A mystery develops. Is the resistance to public learning of the group's problem, the colder shoulder of the fellow system owners and withdraw of the interest of the equipment manufactures away from the writer connected? The writer questions the local utility company, the State and the Federal Government, about enforcement of language in the promotional pamphlet, but do they answers the writers questions? The writer finds the "Achilles Heel"!