Huxley's View Of Government

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Huxley was frighted with the idea of government and the intention of controlling society, which he displayed immensely in the novel. He was able to combine his passion of science and literature to form a riveting and sorrowful utopia. During the era in which the book was written in, the Great Depression had occurred. Despite affecting America, the effects rippled through the world and in Huxley’s home country of England. Nearly twenty percent of the population was left jobless. The government was hopeless and all its attempts made the situation worse. Huxley was troubled with how many people would just fall to leaders like Stalin and Mussolini, leaders who left no room for God. Intellectuals like Huxley assumed that in such governments they