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The history outlook is the most interesting part. After that it becomes blurry and slightly confused.Published 12 months ago by Daniel Ekelof
I liked the overall view which spans from the neanderthal man till tomorrow.
certain conclusions are debatable, though they are interesting. Read more
Many expectation of the author came true.
As for the start, the explanation and it of the history of the history of mankind and the world give the reader the lesson in this... Read more
I bought this book as I am fascinated by imagining how the world may look like in half a century or more. I was not disappointed. Read morePublished on February 29, 2012 by Remco D. Van Santen
What do you expect when the cover of the book declares it "Brilliant and provocative" by none other than Henry Kissinger? Read morePublished on September 18, 2011 by Michael
... Excellently written, broken down to manageable bits- in true Attali style..
If you've read NOISE, You will probably thoroughly enjoy this : )
Since i've started... Read more
Attali's book is truly thought-provoking, and superbly written. This books aims to show where humanity is headed in the twenty-first century, and how it got to where it is... Read morePublished on August 7, 2009 by K G R
The first portion of this book covers the historic rise and fall of previous economic empires. To be honest, it does not start out promising. Read morePublished on July 31, 2009 by J. K. Roberts