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Future talk : conversations about tomorrow with today's most provocative personalities

Author: Larry King; Pat Piper
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, ©1998.
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"in this book, composed of original interviews never broadcast or published before, Larry King takes us on a tour of the future of politics, religion, the media, war and paece, money, work, travel, sports, and the arts--all from the point of view of highly regarded individuals at the top of their fields." Interviewees include Stephan Jay Gould, Bill Gates, Marian Wright Edelman, Maya Angelou, and C. Everett Koop.
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Genre/Form: Forecasts
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Larry King; Pat Piper
ISBN: 0060174579 9780060174576
OCLC Number: 37890372
Description: xv, 363 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Stephen Jay Gould, paleontologist, Harvard University --
Farai Chideya, author; national affairs editor, Vibe magazine --
Marian Wright Edelman, founder, Children's Defense Fund --
Tim Russert, host, Meet the press; Washington Bureau chief, NBC news --
Doris Kearns Goodwin, presidential historian; author --
Ross Perot, 1992 presidential candidate --
Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky, president, Women's Campaign Fund --
Colman McCarthy, founder, Center for Teaching Peace --
General John Shalikashvili, former chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff --
Richard C. Holbrooke, special envoy, Cyprus; vice chairman, First Boston --
Bill Gates, chairman, Microsoft Corporation --
Esther Dyson, chairman, Electronic Frontier Foundation --
Dr. David Satcher, director, National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention --
Dr. Francis Collins, director, National Human Genome Research Institute --
Dr. C. Everett Koop, former U.S. Surgeon General --
Al Neubarth, founder, USA today --
Joe Turow, professor, Annenberg School of Communications --
Frank Lowe, chairman, the Lowe Group --
John Hayhurst, vice president, Boeing Corporation --
Thomas Downs, president and CEO, Amtrak --
Neil Ressler, vice president, Ford Motor Company --
Dan Goldin, administrator, NASA --
John Golle, chairman and CEO, Education Alternatives, Inc. --
Dr. Larry Smith, chair, Department of Elementary Education, Ball State Teachers College --
Richard Levin, president, Yale University --
Richard Trumka, secretary-treasurer, AFL-CIO --
Lester Thurow, Sloan Kettering School of Business, MIT --
Edward Gramlich, former chairman, Advisory Council on Social Security --
John Seely Brown, chief scientist, Xerox Corporation; director, Palo Alto Research Center --
Magdalena Yesil, founder, MarketPay --
Alfred Berkeley, president, NASDAQ --
Bob Costas, NBC sports --
Bud Selig, acting commissioner, major league baseball --
David Falk, chairman, FAME --
Maya Angelou, poet --
Peter Max, artist --
Lucie Salhany, former president and CEO, UPN Television --
Stephen J. Cannell, chairman, Cannell Entertainment --
Sherry Lansing, chairman, Paramount Pictures --
Isaac Misrahi, fashion designer --
Robert Thurman, professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist studies, Columbia University --
Elaine Pagels, professor of religion, Princeton University --
Archbishop Oscar Lipscomb, Catholic Diocese, Mobile, Alabama --
Will we still have to worry about--?
Responsibility: Larry King, with Pat Piper.
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"in this book, composed of original interviews never broadcast or published before, Larry King takes us on a tour of the future of politics, religion, the media, war and paece, money, work, travel, sports, and the arts--all from the point of view of highly regarded individuals at the top of their fields." Interviewees include Stephan Jay Gould, Bill Gates, Marian Wright Edelman, Maya Angelou, and C. Everett Koop.

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