SCIENCE FOR THE WORLD OF TOMORROW by Gerald Wendt

SCIENCE FOR THE WORLD OF TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is not the ""pop"" appeal type of past-and-future coverage, but a serious inquiry into future ways of living predicated by trends of present day equipment. Living as affected by scientific research, discoveries and uses. Better use of personal freedom, with new definition of man's purpose in relation to mechanical, chemical or electrical power. Background of the hows and whys of industrial development, and analysis of failure of distribution and economics to keep abreast of industry and production. A spur to man to speed up his thinking and living.

Pub Date: Nov. 22nd, 1939
Publisher: Norton