Finding America’s Place in the New World Order
The end of the Cold War is only part of a much more fundamental period of global change that some futurists say marks the beginning of a new historical age. Under way are simultaneous upheavals in the world’s political structure, its economic thrust and its technological base. Two Times correspondents spent much of the last year exploring how this “post-modern age” will affect America. Their report, in two successive World Report Special Editions, begins today in Section H.