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A provocative re-assessment of the history of technology since 1900, which eschews great-man and great-innovation history, and looks especially at unsung and un-glamorous technologies and innovations. It also dovetails well with a User Experience app ...more
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Small Is Beautiful by Ernst F. Schumacher
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The Palgrave Companion to North American Utopias by Virginia Lyons Friesen
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Man, I was so excited for this, which makes it doubly disappointing that it didn't quite pan out. It looks really great on the surface and totally up my alley; an authoritative but accessible survey of utopian and communal communities in North Americ ...more
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The Crisis of Confidence by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
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I read this for a couple of reasons.

One, to get an idea of what the turmoil of the '60's looked like to the older establishment liberal elites of the time, what they thought of the counterculture and the youth movements and so on. I figure Schlesing
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