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Unformatted text preview: organized this way and that no better society is possible . (T/F) 6. What is the difference between the Old Totalitarianism and the New Totalitarianism? 7. As presented in lecture, John de Graafs book challenges how we think, believe, and desire. De Graaf challenges two intellectual authorities of our society, the authority of repetition and the authority of ___________________. 8. According to Huxley, approximately how many repetitions does it take to make one truth? 9. Rising standards of consumerism are an important element of what Huxley calls the prison of the mind, for they lock us into extreme consumer ambitions with accompanying requirement of extreme work. (T/F) 10. Early in the 20th Century legislation was passed in the US to limit the amount of work that an employer could require of an employee. (T./F)...
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- Summer '08
- Brave New World