Yesterday"s future
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Yesterday"s future a national policy for our archive heritage.

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Published by Association of County Archivists in Newcastle-upon-Tyne .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

ContributionsAssociation of County Archivists.
LC ClassificationsCD1043.3
The Physical Object
Pagination16p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15343298M
ISBN 100950885703

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Get this from a library! Yesterday's future: the twentieth century begins. [Michael E Stevens; Steven B Burg; David A Chang; Reid A Paul; State Historical Society of Wisconsin.;] -- "Yesterday's Future: The Twentieth Century Begins, the fifth volume in the Voices of the Wisconsin Past series, shows how the men and women of Wisconsin viewed the approach of the twentieth century. In Yesterday's Tomorrows Joseph J. Corn and Brian Horrigan explore the future as Americans earlier in the last century expected it to happen. Filled with vivid color images and lively text, the book is eloquent testimony to the confidence—and, at times, the naive faith—Americans have had . This division is encapsulated by how we answer a simple question: can we trust the future? In Tomorrows Versus Yesterdays, Andrew Keen discusses the issue with some of the most influential thinkers of our time. The book is split into four sections. The .   All Our Yesterdays made me: grip my Kindle so hard it left an imprint on my forehead - whisper-scream in anticipation and outrage - believe in its time-traveling, dystopian premise - cry soft tears that landed in my orange juice - drink my own tears (see above) - wish I had read it so much sooner I have so much love for this book, my first 4/5(K).

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