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Man’s Contest with the Machine Age
The humanities, until now, have been defeated by the raging chatter and disinfected order of the Machine Age.
Man as a creation has been overwhelmed by his own creations, the drill press, the typewriter, the superbomb and the cannon carrying tank. Bewildered, he knows the octanes in his fuel, the calories in his stomach and the wavelength of Radio Rome, but he does not know his own thoughts, his intentions, the source of his fears or the reason for the decay of his discipline. He can fire a bomb half around the world and yet like a hand closing in a death throe, the boundaries of his empires draw inward. From his chromium-banded car he gazes out at throngs of his fellows going where they do not know or why.
The Anglo-American peoples have launched upon the world a technology bound by perfection to win against and across all other cultures, but they have not launched with it a technology of the mind or a code of behavior adequate to guarantee the conquest.

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