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Topic Started: Oct 14 2013, 01:47 AM (167 Views)
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In 1887, a man named Edward Bellamy wrote a scathing critique of 19th Century capitalism which captured the imagination of the nation and quickly became a best seller. In this famous fantasy, Julian West goes to sleep and awakens 113 years later (in the year 2000) to find that capitalism has been replaced with a far superior socio-economic order. Bellamy's description of the world that awaits us if we could just shake free from the grip of greed and competition is absolutely brilliant. This book is a must read for all progressive thinkers and it is available for free here: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/25439
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