A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, the mayor of Detroit, Michigan, in the United States, invited 55 prominent citizens, mostly men, to write messages for the future—100 years ahead, in fact. Their comments were to be sealed in a time capsule that wouldn't be opened until early in January 2001.
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