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A Brief History of Tomorrow  -  The Future, Past and Present by  Jonathan Margolis - First Edition - 2000 - from Goldring Books and Biblio.com

A Brief History of Tomorrow - The Future, Past and Present

by Margolis, Jonathan

Condition: Near Fine/Near Fine


London: Bloomsbury, 2000. A near Fine unmarked copy with near Fine dustjacket which is not price clipped. First edition, first printing. After a chastening look at the history of futurology the author sets out to describe the world that's yet to come in the fields of environment, medicine, mind, home, work, leisure, politics, war, travel and space. Based on wide research and revealing interviews with leading international experts in the key areas of our lives, the book explores a vast range of topics from nanotechnology and genetic engineering to head transplants and teleportation. **** NOT EX LIB **** 14. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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