Coping With Social Realities That Threaten Survival
by Willis W. Harman — 1976
The paramount social reality is that the technologically advanced nations of the world are approaching one of the great transformations of human history. Even a few years ago it would have been necessary to hedge that statement with tentativeness and qualification. At this point few would question it. In this chapter we undertake the delineation of this transformation—its salient characteristics and the choice of responses—and the identification of the most important implications for education.
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