View of America from the 23rd century

United States, 1969

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A consideration of the need for institutions to have the ability to change, and reformers to use reason. John W. Gardner, former Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, dramatises how present American institutions might look when viewed from the 23rd Century. Shows the human population increasingly raging against institutions because most have been designed to resist rather than facilitate change.

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Beryl Fox

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