Los Angeles Review of Books: Dirty Digits and “Pleasant Landscapes”: On Jason A. Heppler’s “Silicon Valley and the Environmental Inequalities of High-Tech Urbanism”

DANIEL BELL DIDN’T think much of Alvin Toffler, but what’s most telling about the two men is the remarkable similarity of their vision. Bell saw himself as a serious intellectual, a sociologist, with appointments at the University of Chicago, Columbia, and, starting in 1970, Harvard. Toffler was an academic tourist, an informed freelance writer inclined […]

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