In this chapter, the D.H.C.'s tour moves outside into the garden, where the students watch very young children engaged in sexual games. The D.H.C. tells the students — to their shock — that such erotic play seemed abnormal in the time before Ford. This chapter also introduces Mustapha Mond — Resident Controller for Western Europe and one of the Ten World Controllers. Mond figures in the novel as a kind of enlightened dictator ("his Fordship"), who understands this brave new world, as well as the old world before Ford. As the chapter dissolves into a verbal montage, Mond lectures on history — and its suppression — beginning appropriately with Henry Ford's adage: "History is bunk!" Mond recalls a world ravaged by anthrax bombs and poison gases in the Nine Years' War, followed by the great Economic Collapse, and finally the "choice between World Control and destruction." As Mond notes,
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