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Creating a New Civilization

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1995, Turner Pub, Paperback, ISBN: 9781570362231, Book Condition: New, 106110 10F
Paperback, 112 pages
Published March 1st 1995 by Titles Distributed by Macmillan Australia
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Carol Rose Stark Neal
right of center
Jay
I loved The Third Wave when it came out. I was in high school and that was my book. I took it to heart and got a technical degree and lived my life. Powershift wasn't bad either, but wasn't as much a building block as Third Wave. In this short book, Creating a New Civilization, the Tofflers really just take some chapters from their four earlier books and try to weave them together to explain the discontinuities in our modern world, circa 1995. But they leave out the explanations. Instead, you ge ...more
Al
Awesome. Explains the turmoil that is going on around us as we enter the 3rd revolution.
Jeffrey
Also a great read (see comments on the other Toffler books I've read).
Mark
Gift from my dad. Scary stuff, people. Scary stuff.
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