A Brief History of the Future: How Visionary Thinkers Changed the World and Tomorrow's Trends are 'made' and Marketed
Whether for economic, personal, or political reasons, people have always wanted to know what the future will bring, and there have been no lack of people to tell us. "A Brief History of the Future" chronicles the most influential futurists over the years, from Delphi's virgin visionaries, to pop futurists, science fiction writers, trend gurus, and evolutionary experts.
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