4 edition of new totalitarians. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HX338.5 .H85 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||72189259|
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The Brave New Sweden. Huntford explains why Sweden is Huxley's Brave New World by looking at various aspects of the Swedish society from history, housing to culture and education.
The only problem I have with this book is the lack of proper references, often /5(5). Dec 24, · Huntford, a historian best known for his work on polar exploration, took a polemical detour with "The New Totalitarians" to write a blistering critique of the Swedish system, which he derided as soulless "soft totalitarianism" more akin to Huxley's _Brave New World_ than the Stalinist monstrosities in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union Cited by: The New Totalitarians This book is a warning.
It is a terrifying portrait of an "ideal" society that has destroyed democracy in the name of "pro- gress." Roland Huntford demonstrates by fact after shocking fact how an apparently democratic, prosperous, peaceful Utopia is totally controlled by a.
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The book breaks into three parts. Roland Huntford (né Roland Horwitch; born ) is an author, Fiennes considers that the extent of the attention the book received has meant that "a number of subsequent Scott biographies refer constantly to Scott and Amundsen, His polemical The New Totalitarians is a critique of socialism in Sweden, Born: Jan 28, · The Hardcover of the New Totalitarians by Roland Huntford at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. New Totalitarians 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. More than 1 year ago: A very disturbing book for Swedes, written with a lot of venom, but definitely a very sharp interpretation of the paradise of social engineering that I grew up 4/5(1).
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Totalitarians want their rule, and their belief system, to be accepted and self-sustaining - even if it takes bludgeoning every last citizen who disagrees. Jul 08, · RUSH: Now, the new totalitarians are here. Federalist.
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Precariously and tendentiously strung out on a Brave New World line, Huntford's thesis is that the Swedes ""chose"" something called ""technological perfection"" over ""personal liberty."" A congenital predilection toward ""collectivism"" plus ""a horror of controversy"" are said to have doomed the Swedes to an insular ""corporatist"" existence, reinforced by the media, the ruling Social.
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the new totalitarians.Inhowever, Roland Huntford, the Stockholm correspondent of The Observer, issued a dissenting opinion in his book The New Totalitarians, a scathing indictment of the Swedish welfare state that interpreted it as the embodiment of the dystopian society Aldous Huxley had envisaged in Brave New World forty years earlier.Apr 27, · The New Totalitarianism and the Logic of Civil War I would recommend that everyone read Herman Kahn’s brilliant book about because the .