Originally Posted by kennyc
If you had to sum up the story in a few words or one sentence what would it be?
In the dystopia Forster paints, people believe no better society is possible. They think the Machine state is perfect, no further improvement is conceivable, and any criticisms are met with accusations bordering upon treason. How different is that world from modern life in the United States. The folks in Forster's world falsely believe
that they have the best of all possible worlds, while we in this country KNOW
the USA never
makes mistakes and is better than all other nations at everything