H.G Wells

In his science fiction novel “The World Set Free,” H.G. Wells imagines a future in which total social and economic reconstruction will be necessary to achieve world peace through labor internationalism. However, there is a violent, drawn-out, and brutal phase of the revolution that comes first, one that may end up accomplishing nothing but social damage. In “The Planet Set Free,” powerful men who have excelled in education and favor take on the voluntary duty of changing the course of the world.