Encore: Electric Chair | A Matter of Light and Death | 3
In the summer of 1888, just as the electric chair controversy was unfolding, Nikola Tesla moved to Pittsburgh to work for George Westinghouse, fulfilling a year-long commitment he made when Westinghouse purchased Tesla’s AC motor patents.
The deal would make Tesla a millionaire, but it would ultimately threaten to topple Westinghouse’s business.
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