Today Then: America's Best Minds Look 100 Years Into the Future on the Occasion of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition
A time-capsule in print collects the responses of thinkers in the sciences, politics, arts, popular culture, and religion who were asked one-hundred years ago about their predictions for the future. Original.
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