A Brief History of Tomorrow: The Future, Past and Present

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Bloomsbury, 2001 - Forecasting - 276 pages
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An exploration of the 21st century. On the surface nothing seems to be changing, but behind the facade of normality the future is taking shape. First Margolis takes a look at the history of futurology and then he attempts to predict the world that's yet to come.

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I must admit I thought this book was about how people in the past thought the future would be, but I was wrong. It is instead about what the future will be like from a year 2000 perspective. The book ... Read full review

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