A SHORT HISTORY OF THE FUTURE by John Langdon-Davies

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE FUTURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Plainly impatient with the present era, the author charts the probable course of the next hundred years in man's evolution, which will be determined by outside forces over which man has little control. Prophecies of mass sterilization, state managed birth control, intermingling of all the races, war and the horrors of the war of the future, the complete overthrow of democracy, dictatorship in the United States, the final removal of war from things to be feared. For the general reader, presenting no difficulty for the Layman, it offers many interesting sidelights on current events and trends. Controversial material but good reading.

Publisher: Dodd, Mead