Ghosts of the ATM Machine
the social historian, is Norman Thomas Professor at the New School for
Social Research in New York. His many books include The Worldly Philosophers,
Twenty-First Century Capitalism, and Visions of the Future. His comments
here are adapted from a talk with NPQ.
New York - Three developments in the late 20th century
have given rise to a sense of crisis across social and economic landscape
of the advanced countries: globalization, the automation of work and the
longevity of life.
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