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Vaccine against totalitarian dystopia

In the last century, two novels that depicted a future totalitarian state appeared: Brave New World, in 1932, by Aldous Huxley, and 1984, in 1949, by George Orwell. Brave New World portrays a world in which citizens are controlled through pleasure. Citizens are allowed to watch all the sexually explicit movies they want and encouraged to engage in promiscuous sexual relations. But they are not allowed to have children. Neither marriage nor families exist. Children are conceived in state hatcheries, and then raised and indoctrinated by the state. There is constant entertainment. Books about God are considered disruptive of material happiness, and banned. To alleviate dissatisfaction and anger

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