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You don't have to wonder what the author would make of the year 2000 he had so much hope for. While the technological whiz-bang, cleaner environment (by comparison), plentiful food... Read morePublished 18 days ago by David Valentino
Heard about this book first in the intro of 1984 about being one of the most popular utopian books of the time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by matt
Even if you don't agree with the system outlined in this story of the "future", the author was extremely intelligent and insightful and there are many gems of true wisdom... Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. James
Absolutely fantastic book. Makes you wonder where we messed up with the "inevitability" of capitalism.Published 2 months ago by Smoqueed
Dull and boring but of interest to science fiction historiansPublished 2 months ago by Thomas H. Ross
The trouble with Edward Bellamy futuristic book, Looking Backward, is that the future he envisions happens too soon. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John Martin
Read it in college 50 years ago. Enjoying it just as much now. Perhaps because I agree with the ideology presented. A bit wordy, but that was the style 130 years ago.Published 9 months ago by SMB.