What’s Wrong with the World
What's Wrong with the World
by G.K. Chesterton
A lively collection of humorous essays by renowned author G. K. Chesterton perceptively examining the various wrongs of society and the modern world.
Topics included in this book's three parts, range between social commentary, a discussion of humankind and its nature, the impact of spirituality and the increase in secularism in our times, and how education shapes the young to fit into our flawed society.
This book is one of his principal defences of the family and domestic life. He saw clearly that the family was threatened by a variety of forces, and the book is a rousing assault on quite a number of them.
It is also — delightfully — thoroughly politically incorrect.
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