Jonathan Margolis - A Brief History of Tomorrow (2nd Hand Paperback)
This is an exploration of the 21st Century.
On the surface nothing seems to be changing, but behind the facade of normality the future is taking shape.
First Margolis takes a look at the history of futurology and then he attempts to predict the world that's yet to come.
Jonathan Margolis inoculates himself against the pitfalls of prophecy with a chastening look at the history of futurology.
Then he takes courage in both hands and sets out to describe the world that's yet to come in the fields of medicine, mind, spirit, home, food, work, leisure, politics, war, society, transport, environment and space.
- Format : Standard 2nd Hand Paperback
- Condition : Good
- Category : Non-Fiction - History & Futurology
- Published : 2001
- ISBN : 9780747553359
- SKU : B000174
- PPC : LL240gm
- Quantity Available : 1 only.
'A Brief History of Tomorrow is a classic instance of book-length journalism: well-researched, occasionally thoughtful and incessantly entertaining' - Spectator Magazine.
Jonathan Margolis is a contributing editor for FT magazines and is a regular writer for the Observer, The Guardian, the Daily Mail, BA High Life and Esquire. He is the author of several bestselling biographies, including those of John Cleese, Michael Palin and Billy Connolly.
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