Personal Rapid Transit III: Progress, Problems, and Potential of a Promising New Form of Public Transportation, as Reported at the 1975 International Conference on Personal Rapid Transit, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A., September 16-19, 1975
Audio Visual Library Service, 1976 - Personal rapid transit - 506 pages
The 20th centruy has seen a runaway growth in human consumption, which has placed a colossal load on the very elements of life. Ronald Wright explains how our current predicament is as old as civilisation - a 10,000 year experiment we have seldom controlled.
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