Aldous Huxley on Technodictators

Take heed: Without constant vigilance, this could be your future. Brave New World author Aldous Huxley was the gatekeeper, painting a bleak picture of the dystopia to come if the people were lulled into complacency by technology and tyrannical leaders. In this 1958 interview with Mike Wallace, Mr. Huxley discusses his vision of a world where society is subservient to technology, and empty liars with pretty faces hold the reins of power — a world with frightening parallels to our own.

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