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This documentary looks at the microchip, an American invention exploited by the Japanese that caused a second industrial revolution. The devastating effect on millions of human lives is related through interviews with some of the newly jobless in Hamilton, Ontario. Using the example of Japan for contrast, host James Laxer demonstrates that the cost of technological advances need not be so high if their effects are foreseen and planned for. Part 2 of the series Reckoning: The Political Economy of Canada.

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Credits
  • director
    Jefferson Lewis
  • script
    Jefferson Lewis
  • producer
    Kent Martin
  • executive producer
    John Taylor
  • associate producer
    Erna Buffie
  • photography
    Kent Nason
  • sound
    Kalle Lasn
    John Martin
    Tim Wilson
  • editing
    Hannele Halm
  • sound editing
    Raymond Vermette
    Gilles St-Onge
  • re-recording
    Hans Peter Strobl
    Adrian Croll
  • music
    Eric Lemoyne
    Roger Lemoyne
    Bruce Granofsky
  • host
    James Laxer

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  • ForestCat

    What were the adults in England doing, while the children were working in the cotton factories and bankrolling the country?

    ForestCat, 15 Apr 2012