Notes

Notes
1
Forest G. Hill, uThe Shaping of California's Industrial Pattern," Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association (1955)
J. Parsons, "California Manufacturing," Geographical Review, XXXIX (April, 1949), 229-241.
Robert G. Cleland and Osgood Hardy, March of Industry (Los Angeles, 1929).
2
Carey McWilliams, California, the Great Exception (New York, 1949)
Carey McWilliams (ed.), The California Revolu- tion (New York, 1969).
3
Cleland and Hardy, March of Industry, ch. IV ff.
4
Reynold M. Wik, Steam Power on the American Farm (Philadelphia, 1953), 53-54
Rodman Paul, "The Wheat Trade between California and the United King- dom," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, XLV (December, 1958), 391-412.
5
Wik, op. cit., 53.
6
Claude B. Hutchinson (ed.), California Agriculture (Berkeley, 1946)
Osgood Hardy, "Agricultural Changes in California, i860-1890," Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association (Eugene, Oregon, 1929), 216- 230.
7
Gerald D. Nash, State Government and Economic Development: a History of Administrative Policies in California, 1849-1933 (Berkeley, 1964), 146-150.
8
Erich O. Kraemer and Henry E. Erdman, History of Cooperation in the Mar- keting of Fresh, Deciduous Fruits (Berkeley, 1933)
Rahno Mabel MacCurdy, The History of the California Fruit Growers' Exchange (San Francisco, 1925)
9
U.S. Bureau of the Census, Abstract of the Twelfth Census of the United States (Washington, 1902), 331
Cleland and Hardy, March of Industry, 133-166.
U.S. Bureau of the Census, Abstract of the Fourteenth Census of the United States (Washington, 1923), 920.
10
Nash, State Government, 316-318
Gerald D. Nash, United States Oil Policy, 1890-1964: Business and Government in Twentieth Century America (Pittsburgh, 1968), 3-4, 6, 15-18
Cleland and Hardy, March of Industry, 179-180
Gerald T. White, Formative Years in the Far West: a History of Standard Oil Company of California and Its Predecessors through 1919 (New York, 1962), passim.
11
Gerald D. Nash, "Oil in the West: Reflections on the Historiography of an Unexplored Field," Pacific Historical Review, XXXIX (May 1970), 193-204
Sam H. Schurr and Bruce Netchert, Energy in the American Economy, 1850-1975 (Baltimore, 1960), 354.
12
Richard Griffith and Arthur Mayer, The Movies: the Sixty-year Story of the World of Hollywood and its Effect on America from Pre-Nickelodeon Days to the Present (New York, 1957).
13
Victor R. Fuchs, The Growing Importance of the Service Industries (New York, 1965)
John C. Packard, "San Diego's Early Hotels," Southern California Quarterly, L (Sep- tember, 1968), 267-278.
14
Victor R. Fuchs, The Service Economy (New York, 1968), 1-5, 28.
15
Nash, State Government, 285-291
Marquis and Bessie R. James, Biography of a Bank: the Story of Bank of America (New York, 1954).
16
Paul N. Williams et al., "Green Gold: California's $3.5 Billion Agricultural In- dustry," California, LIV (Autumn, 1964), 23-51.
17
James L. Clayton, "Defense Spending: Key to California's Growth," Western Political Quarterly, XV (June, 1962), 280-293
same author, "The Impact of the Cold War on the Economics of California and Utah, 1946-1965," Pacific Historical Review, XXXVI (November, 1967), 449-473.
18
Frank J. Taylor and Lawton Wright, Democracy's Air Arsenal (New York, 1947)
H. O. Stekler, The Structure and Performance of the Aerospace Industry (Berkeley, 1965).
19
Victor R. Fuchs, Changes in the Location of Manufacturing in the United States Since 1929 (New York, 1962).
20
Fuchs, The Service Economy, 28
Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission, Projections to the Years 1976 and 2000: Economic Growth, Popu- lation, Labor Force and Leisure, and Transportation (Washington, 1962), 419, 421.
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