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Concrete--A Story of Two Hundred Years Hence

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Title:Concrete--A Story of Two Hundred Years Hence
Tillyard, Aelfrida Catharine Wetenhall   
Published:   1930
Publisher:Hutchinson & Co.
Tags:fiction, future history, dystopia, science fiction, eugenics

Concrete is set in an anti-religious dystopia controlled by the eugenics movement. The novel includes a character called “Big Brother” who leads a “Ministry of Reason” and there is also a propaganda department called the “Ministry of Æsthetics”. Dystopia of reason and communism. People are euthanized if they fail a physical. Kissing children is illegal because it is unhygienic. People are bored. [Suggest a different description.]

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