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The early twentieth century was a period of extremechange throughout the world. The world was shiftingdrastically towards a more industrialized economy. Also,society was changing and heading down a dangerouspath concerning the future. One man, Aldous Huxley,saw the problems with the way the world was evolvingand wished to counteract this motion. In 1932 Huxleyauthored and published
Brave New World
as a means tocomment on what future he saw for the world. Huxleyused political, societal, and economic clues in the worldhe observed to create an in-depth hyperbolic predictionof the future world: including conditioning, fear of emotion along with individuality, and the idea of mainstream groupthink.