THE PERFECT SOLUTION TO ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING by Arthur Hoppe

THE PERFECT SOLUTION TO ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mr. Hoppe's perfect solution is Total birth control for anything from ""smog, the President, water pollution, . . . soil erosion and people who cough during the third act of Lohengrin."" We're all for some form of Enovid for books which start out as newspaper columns (the San Francisco Chronicle) and also contribute to soft erosion. Be that as it may, Mr. Hoppe has many slogans (""Ban the Mom""), political fables and dialogues (Elbee and Ronald), and recommendations he addresses to uncouth youth (the Happies). He has lots more to say against bigotry of all kinds and our foreign policy and The War. Guess there are those who think he's a funny ""fella"" and his heart's in the right place even if he wears it on his sleeve.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday