Future shock, Volume 644

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Random House, 1970 - History - 505 pages
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Predicts the pace of environmental change during the next thirty years and the ways in which the individual must face and learn to cope with personal and social change

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User Review  - aegossman - LibraryThing

This book is dated in the BEST of ways! One day it would be amazing to show this book to my son, and explain to him some of the cultural things I have gleamed from my parents, about how life was like ... Read full review

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User Review  - Borg-mx5 - LibraryThing

An interesting premise. Technology advances faster than we can adapt to it. Many of the predictions in this book failed to come to fruition. Still an interesting read. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
vCriapter One the 800th lifetime
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Chapter Two the accelerative thrust
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Copyright

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About the author (1970)

Alvin Toffler is adviser to companies and governments worldwide on advances in technology, politics, economics, and society. His other books include The Third Wave, Powershift, War and Anti-War, and Creating a New Civilization, he live in Los Angeles, California.

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