Revolutionary Wealth by Alvin Toffler
Reviewed by Robert M. Solow
The New Republic Online
Reading this book is a lot like watching the preview of a new action movie: one rapid-fire, fragmentary scene after another, loud, flashy, logically unconnected to the one that came before or the one that comes after. It is very exciting, but when it is over you have no clear idea what the movie is actually about.
Of course the book is longer than a preview, though it remains heavy on coming attractions. There are fifty chapters, averaging seven or eight pages each, and composed mainly of factoids ? masses of factoids. Most of these snippets are blue-sky technological. But not all..." Read the entire The New Republic Online review.