January 1995
Columbia Journalism Review;Jan/Feb95, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p63
Literary Criticism
Presents an excerpt of the book `Orwell's Revenge,' by Peter Huber on the implications of the technological innovations in telecommunications in the United States.


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