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The next 200 years, by Herman Kahn
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9780349120713
A progress report on the Hudson Institute's studies in population growth, economic development, energy, resources, food, and the environment, presenting an affirmative projection of and strategy for future abundance and affluence This optimistic report on the future of the U.S. and its techno-economic leadership to world prosperity was timed to coincide with the American bicentennial. The report uses statistical studies and logic to argue that intensive development of technology in a post-industrial format and rational planning rather than reduced rates of economic growth and consumption are the best ways to support a growing world population.

A progress report on the Hudson Institute's studies in population growth, economic development, energy, resources, food, and the environment, presenting an affirmative projection of and strategy for future abundance and affluence

This optimistic report on the future of the U.S. and its techno-economic leadership to world prosperity was timed to coincide with the American bicentennial. The report uses statistical studies and logic to argue that intensive development of technology in a post-industrial format and rational planning rather than reduced rates of economic growth and consumption are the best ways to support a growing world population.


A progress report on the Hudson Institute's studies in population growth, economic development, energy, resources, food, and the environment, presenting an affirmative projection of and strategy for future abundance and affluence

This optimistic report on the future of the U.S. and its techno-economic leadership to world prosperity was timed to coincide with the American bicentennial. The report uses statistical studies and logic to argue that intensive development of technology in a post-industrial format and rational planning rather than reduced rates of economic growth and consumption are the best ways to support a growing world population.