The Iron Heel (Penguin Classics) by Jack London

By Jack London

Half technology fiction, half dystopian fable, half radical socialist tract, Jack London’s The Iron Heel bargains a grim depiction of battle among the periods in the USA and worldwide. initially released approximately 100 years in the past, it expected many positive factors of the prior century, together with the increase of fascism, the emergence of family terrorism, and the expansion of centralized govt surveillance and authority. What starts as a confrontation leads to scenes of harrowing violence because the country oligarchy, often called “the Iron Heel,” strikes to weigh down all competition to its energy. BACKCOVER: “A more true prophecy of the long run than both courageous New global or the form of items to Come.” —George Orwell “Still extra miraculous is the surely prophetic imaginative and prescient of the equipment through which the Iron Heel will maintain its domination over beaten mankind.” —Leon Trotsky

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