Review: Brave New World

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In BRAVE NEW WORLD, Aldous Huxley conjures up a horrifying, but often comic, vision of a future Utopia in which humans are processed, conditioned, regimented, and drugged into total social conformity. Read full review

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A dystopian future where mass production, future medicines, sciences, and social theories have plateaued into a stagnant society that strips away individuality from birth. Electronically augmented music, sensory augmented movies, wonderful imagination and insight considering it was written at the turn of the last century. 

Review: Brave New World

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I must have read this a dozen times before I fully grasped the central point. It was the foreword to another book, Neil Postman's AMUSING OURSELVES TO DEATH, that finally spelled it out for me. Huxley ... Read full review

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