It rests on an assessment of the situation at the end of the seventies decade; it sees the present as a period of transition between an old world and a new. The old world, as this workbook sees it, was the product of the original Industrial Revolution — harsh, authoritarian, often vigorous, always highly competitive, sharing out its rewards utterly unjustly; at times highly successful, at other times in complete disarray. The old world of industry lasted up to World War Two and for a few years beyond.
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