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Published in 1993, the authors published this look into the future of warfare. Building on the paradigm introduced in their earlier books (Future Shock, The Third Wave, and... Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
Someone recommended I read this book. I was in Sri Lanka at the time, laboring under the usual misconceptions about the civil war that was raging, and wondering why it was so... Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by dj
¨This book is for all the innocents of tomorrow who will both kill and die for reasons they do not understand¨
¨A fresh century now stretches before us, one in wich vast... Read more
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The same forces transforming our economy and society were about to transform war as well
The biggest problem for democracies in relation to the... Read more
This is a very good and interesting book. It has many human interest stories including that of the Tofflers meeting with the late Don Morelli, a veteran of Vietnam who was to... Read morePublished on April 27, 2006 by Shalom Freedman
This is an interesting book. I cannot I say I agree with the entire premise, but I did find it rather thought provoking and certainly worth considering. Read morePublished on October 7, 2004 by D. Blankenship
Reading this book was rather like going into a 400 page Newsweek article. Even though the theory about "waves" can seem appealing, the authors fail to provide a theorical... Read morePublished on June 16, 2003 by Santiago B.
The Tofflers have a valid point by stating that technology will play a vital role in the winning of wars. Read morePublished on February 22, 2001 by Joseph Yoon