I have previously read this book 2-3 times, but I bought a used hardback copy because I wanted to re-think this book in terms of what it meant to someone living in Israel.
Alvin Toffler argues that ... Read More
"Future Shock" deservedly aroused comment when it was published in 1970. The idea that technology feds on itself and that change is not merely happening, it is accelerating each year, was a good ... Read More
Alvin Toffler's dark looking glass into the future, written by someone living in the early 1970's, proved most prescient. Most of his predictions came true, preparing the reader for the social shock ... Read More
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