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Some eight decades after its release, Brave New World is still just as relevant as it was back in 1932, probably more so. Aldous Huxley’s dystopia, where achieving universal happiness no matter the cost, was the goal, has many modern parallels. The easiest population to control is one that is satisfied and content and no longer wants for more. And that is exactly what Brave New World introduced to us: a stable nation thriving on superficial and drug-fueled happiness.
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