War and Peace in the Global Village by Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore

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Regarded as a revolutionary work for its depiction of a planet made ever smaller by new technologies. A mosaic of pointed insights and probes, this text predicts a world without centres or boundaries. It illustrates how the electronic information travelling around the globe at the speed of light has eroded the rules of the linear, literate world. No longer can there be fixed positions or goals.

Bantam, 1968.
190 pp.
Softcover. Near fine.