Yesterday's tomorrows: past visions of the American future

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Summit Books, Aug 1, 1984 - Social Science - 158 pages
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Corn and Horrigan explore the future as Americans earlier in the last century expected it to happen. Filled with vivid color images and lively text, the book is eloquent testimony to the confidence -- and, at times, the naive faith -- Americans have had in science and technology.

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Useful for understanding the ideas and hopes behind what is now considered retro-futurism. Research for The Novel. Read full review

Review: Yesterday's Tomorrows: Past Visions of the American Future

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Useful for understanding the ideas and hopes behind what is now considered retro-futurism. Research for The Novel. Read full review

Contents

The Community of Tomorrow
33
The Home of Tomorrow
61
The Transportation of Tomorrow
87
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