You explored the dangers of excessive control, analyzed the conditions under which a Utopia can form, and noted how a Utopia will ultimately fail. You have been successful in creating your own society, a "brave new world" of truth and freedom, but now the question to be faced is whether your own "Utopia" will fall victim to the same flaws as the old.


For the questions remain. Although we all dream of a better world, is it possible? How can we accomplish the radical changes necessary to create this new world? Is our world as we know it perhaps the "best of all possible worlds?"