Very Good. 0670003182. Tite, acidfree Good Viking Compass later prtg; u-lines confined to first 1/2 of text not clearance or discard. Mails from NYC usually within 12 hours.; 334 pages; \nFrom the Publisher [The author's] range of investigation sweeps from New Left politics to the bureaucratization of Soviet communism. Mostly, he examines the ambivalence inherent in America's dual role as disseminator of the technetronic revolution and principal preserver of the international status quo. Brzezinski's optimistic conclusions may comfort a few, but his cavalier treatment of contrary analyses, combined with his past record of undistinguished prognostication, can hardly leave them smug. The opinions are strong and, in general, challenge everyone, from the concerned layman to the practicing scholar. \n"Schematics, Sept 19, 2001 \nBy Michael Brosnahan (River Edge, NJ United States)-\nThis review is from: Between Two Ages: America's Role in the Technetronic Era (Hardcover) \nFor anyone looking for a straight-foward examination of "NWO" political thought, minus the right wing conspiracy propaganda. The author explains why nation states are obsolete in the face of increased economic and social hegemony, pointing to an increasing need for a collective cooperation. The fact the book was written years before the European Union or WTO even existed is testament to Brzezinski's foward thinking genius. One of the best books on foreign relations, period.
Very Good. 0670003182 334 pages including index. "This is one of the most original books on political and social thought to appear in recent years. The author projects the impact of technology and electronics on the political and social values of the United States, the Soviet Union, and other 'post-industrial' states."-Foreign Affairs. Brzezinski has been one of the most influential men in America for decades. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Binding tight. An excellent copy of this significant work.
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Good. xvii, 334 p. 20 cm. Paperback with moderate wear and light soiling. Discussion of: the global impact of the technetronic revolution; the age of volatile belief; Communism; the American transition; America and the world. Indexed.
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