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The New World Order

Nature volume 145, pages 4546 (13 January 1940) | Download Citation

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“FEW human beings,” says Mr. Wells in his new book, “are able to change their primary ideas after the middle thirties. They get fixed in them and drive before them no more intelligently than animals before their innate impulses.” Here he does himself a great injustice. We used to wonder what panacea he would discover next. He was sure to advocate it in a brilliant and stimulating manner.

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