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The Nina, The Pinta, And The American Gear Industry - January/February 1992

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The article "The Nina, The Pinta, And The American Gear Industry" appeared in the January/February 1992 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Next year will be the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' famous "discovery" of America. Poor Columbus has fallen on hard times of late, what with revisionist historians smacking their lips over his more notable failures and reminding us that American natives have a vastly different point of view on this Great American Success Story. But before we relegate the Great Navigator to the scrap heap of trashed-over heros, let's take one last look at some of the positive lessons to be learned from the Columbus experience - ones that could be instructive to our current situation in the American gear industry.

Keywords
Columbus, gear industry

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