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Robert X. Cringely. Accidental Empires: How the Boys of Silicon Valley Make Their Millions, Battle Foreign Competition and Still Can't Get a Date. Penguin. 1993. 336pp.

Christine A. Finn. Artifacts: An Archaeologist's Year in Silicon Valley. MIT Press. 2002. 294pp.

David Kaplan. Silicon Boys: And Their Valley of Dreams. Allen & Unwin. 1999. 368pp.

Martin Kenney (editor). Understanding Silicon Valley: The Anatomy of an Entrepreneurial Region. Stanford University Press. 2000. 285pp.

Christophe Lécuyer. Making Silicon Valley: Innovation and the Growth of High Tech, 1930-1970. MIT Press. 2006. 393pp.

Thomas Mahon. Charged Bodies: People, Power, and Paradox in Silicon Valley. New American Library. 1985. 339pp.

Michael S. Malone. The Valley of Heart's Delight: A Silicon Valley Notebook, 1963-2001. John Wiley and Sons. 2002. 276pp.

Michael Shawn Malone. The Big Score: The Billion-dollar Story of Silicon Valley. Doubleday. 1985. 442pp.

Glenna Matthews. Silicon Valley, Women, and the California Dream: Gender, Class, and Opportunity in the Twentieth Century. Stanford University Press. 2003. 313pp.

Sara Miles. How to Hack a Party Line: The Democrats and Silicon Valley. University of California Press. 2002. 262pp.

Everett M. Rogers; Judith K. Larsen. Silicon Valley Fever: Growth of High-Technology Culture. Basic Books. 1984. 302pp.

AnnaLee Saxenian. Regional Advantage: Culture and Competition in Silicon Valley and Route 128. Harvard University Press. 1996. 226pp.

Bernard P. Wong. The Chinese in Silicon Valley: Globalization, Social Networks, and Ethnic Identity. Rowman & Littlefield. 2006. 269pp.

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