The Truth About Tesla: The Myth of the Lone Genius in the History of Innovation

By Christopher Cooper (Author)


Nikola Tesla was one of the best electrical innovators who at any point lived. For a considerable length of time, the building virtuoso was consigned to relative lack of definition, his commitments to mankind (we are told) darkened by various nineteenth-century creators and industrialists who assumed acknowledgment for his work or took his licenses by and large. As of late, the authentic record has been "remedied" and Tesla has been reestablished to his legitimate spot among verifiable lights like Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and Gugliemo Marconi.

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