Two Thousand Twenty-five
Oakhill Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 516 pages
Written in the form of a history book, 2025 is an engaging retropective of the years 1990-2025. Examining trends in medicine, housing, food service, economics, entertainment, industry, education, and other key aspects of society, this book paints a fascinating picture of the future. Thorough, upbeat, and very readable, 2025 is the remarkable result of five years compiling and evaluating global and regional forecasts in many different disciplines. The authors offer a well-balanced, integrated forecast of how science and technology will affect the United States and the rest of the world over the next three decades.
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CHAPTER PAGE 1 Introduction
The Global Commodity
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