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Can society be too mechanized? When societies use machinery to eliminate work, does it free consumers to realize higher callings or merely make them dependent on machines and less able to care for themselves? "The Telefax Box" is a social and political satire that poses this conundrum. No element of modern life, from spy ware to gene pools, is immune from examination, especially as technological development blurs the line between people and machines.
230 pages, 6 x 9 trim size, full color UV coated cover.
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