Brave New World Revisited - Huxley, Aldous


What was a daring projection into the future in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, may now be a horrifying reality. Today's dictators, whether in the realm of taste, morals, or politics, possess dangerous new weapons -
* new chemicals and drugs
* motivational research
* subliminal propaganda
* subconscious persuasion
* sleep-teaching
* new techniques in brain-washing

Using these methods, it is now possible to control the minds and behaviour of entire populations..."Huxley 'revisits' his brave new world and writes a thought-jabbing, terrifying book!" - Chicago Tribune
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1960Uitgever: Bantam BooksTaal: Engels