THE FATE OF MAN by H. G. Wells

THE FATE OF MAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The famous Fabian futurist analyzes the state of the world as he sees it, a world in which new scientific vistas have brought about overmechanization, shortage of food stuffs, overpopulation, surplus wasted energy. He takes the ""isms"" one by one, then offers as the only solution the idea of a ""world union"" dominated by his pet ""world brain"", which he admits needs working on but is feasible. Typical visionary Wells.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1939
Publisher: Alliance