"Epilogue: Not Quite Utopia"

Title"Epilogue: Not Quite Utopia"
Year for Search1968
AuthorsChase, Stuart (1888-1985).
Secondary TitleThe Most Probable World
Pagination225-30
Date Published1968
PublisherHarper & Row
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Brief but detailed eutopia set in 2001. One focus is that the world is completely free of new pollution and almost all the badly polluted areas of the past have been cleaned up. Use of petroleum products radically reduced and replaced with nuclear fusion power. No advertising in newspapers or on TV. No private cars in Manhattan, radical reduction in city population, and half of New York City is open space. Electric vehicles standard. Strong United Nations, which has relocated to an island in the Indian Ocean. World language as well as local languages. See also 1928 and 1975 Chase.

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(1888-1985)

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1968 Chase, Stuart (1888-1985). “Epilogue: Not Quite Utopia.” In his The Most Probable World (New York: Harper & Row, 1968), 225-30. PSt

Brief but detailed eutopia set in 2001. One focus is that the world is completely free of new pollution and almost all the badly polluted areas of the past have been cleaned up. Use of petroleum products radically reduced and replaced with nuclear fusion power. No advertising in newspapers or on TV. No private cars in Manhattan, radical reduction in city population, and half of New York City is open space. Electric vehicles standard. Strong United Nations, which has relocated to an island in the Indian Ocean. World language as well as local languages. See also 1928 and 1975 Chase.