From the Book - First Scribner hardcover edition.
Part I: Cold war chips. From steel to silicon
Noyce, Kilby and the integrated circuit
Mortars and mass production
Part II: The circuitry of the American world. Soviet Silicon Valley
The Pentagon's offset strategy
Part II: Leadership lost? "That competition is tough"
The crude oil of the 1980s
The Japan that can say no
Part IV: America resurgent. The potato chip king
"My enemy's enemy": the rise of Korea
"Weapons of mass destruction" : the impact of the offset
"The Cold War is over and you have won"
Part V: Integrated circuits, integrated world? "We want a semiconductor industry in Taiwan"
"All people must make semiconductors:
Sharing God's love with the Chinese"
Part VI: Offshoring innovation? "Real men have fabs"
Morris Chang's grand alliance
How Intel forgot innovation
Part VII: China's challenge. Made in China
"Mergers are bound to happen"
Part VIII: The chip choke
"Everything we're competing on"
Shortages and supply chains