The second book Toffler wrote about change is "The Third Wave," and this is my 2nd in a series of three blogs. In this book he was contrasting the characteristics of the major “Waves” of humanity:
In the Agricultural Wave, the basic discipline of humanity was Farming.
98% of humanity were farmers.
In the Industrial Wave, 2 % of humanity are farmers.
In the Agricultural Wave, there were Rural Communities
In the Industrial Wave, there are Urban Communities
In the Agricultural Wave, natural sources of energy, Wind, Waves, Slaves, etc.
In the Industrial Wave, electric Motors etc., etc.