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H. G. WELLS ON THE VALUE OF HUMANS


Can we doubt that presently our race will more than realise our boldest imaginations, that it will achieve unity and peace, and that our children will live in a world made more splendid and lovely than any palace or garden that we know, going on from strength to strength in an ever-widening circle of achievement? What man has done, the little triumphs of his present state . . . form but the prelude to the things that man has yet to do.

—H. G. Wells, A Short History of the World (1937)


The cold-blooded massacres of the defenceless, the return of deliberate and organised torture, mental torment, and fear to a world from which such things had seemed well nigh banished — has come near to breaking my spirit altogether. . . 'Homo Sapiens,' as he has been pleased to call himself, is played out.

—H. G. Wells, Mind at the End of Its Tether (1946)

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