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Review: Future Shock

User Review  - Pavel - Goodreads

Very interesting read, especially 40+ years after original publication. A lot of the insights are correct (scary), and some have not been fulfilled yet (scarier). The book has very good description of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dan Hiland - Goodreads

Yes, the book's over 40 years old. Yes, a lot has happened in the world since 1971. But Toffler's words still come back to me: "We live in a throwaway society." His ability to not only see, but ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lauren Brackenbury - Goodreads

Very much enjoyed Toffler's Future Shock, especially the second half. The first part of the book explains at somewhat tedious length the titular psychological condition (the complete breakdown of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mbiondo88 - Goodreads

Good read recommend, but older things that have now come to be. Read full review

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User Review  - Ania - Goodreads

A really interesting book written in the 1960s and published in 1970. I can't help but feel that the moon landing of 1969 somehow inspired this book. I really enjoyed this work, even if it was a bit ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anushree Rastogi - Goodreads

Three and a half, more like. I highly recommend watching the Orson Welles documentary to go with it. Read full review

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User Review  - Mele Bryant - Goodreads

Living in a society that is centered on technology, I have always been interested in learning more about how this technological age we live in affects us as individuals, families, and as a society ... Read full review

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User Review  - Eugene Luo - Goodreads

Still a very relevant book, 30 years on :) Read full review

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User Review  - Fay - Goodreads

It turned off to be quite accurate. Read full review

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User Review  - Rohan0919 - Goodreads

Might seem a bit dated today, but at 15 when I read it was immensely impressed. The short shelf life of all cultural memes these days, something Toffler saw back in the 70s when he wrote this. Read full review


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