*Condition Note: Moderate overall wear.*
Do you view world events with enthusiasm? with hope? with despair? However you may regard them, this book has something for you.
Some scientists tell us that we have come a long way in the evolutionary spiral and that man is soon to penetrate the magic barrier that now lies between us and a utopia of health and happiness. Others say that we have struck the nadir of human experience and that civilization itself is doomed. One country philosopher espoused the latter view; but he said, "When things git about as bad as they can git, it's a sure sign that somethin' better is cumin' your way."
Those who view the future with hope need to have that hope strengthened. The despairing need to find some ray of light. Don't lay this book down until you have found that hope.
What lies ahead? Of what can we be certain? To whom shall we look for counsel? To whom shall we look for counsel? Read Good-bye, Planet Earth and find the answers.
Breakdown of a Planet
The Hapless, Harried, Hungry Planet
Are We on a Sinking Ship, or Are We Already in the Lifeboats?
The Book That Boggles
In Gold We Trust
Are We Saying Good-bye to God?
Until Death Do Us Part
Why? Why? Why?
You Can Live Longer If You Really Want To
Is AD 2000 a Significant Year?
"What Is the Name of the Man in the Wings?"
Red Lights Flashing
Final Countdown! Great Days Ahead!
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, and Make It Soon!
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