What are the details from Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 of A Brave New World? Why are some females allowed a normal, sexual development? What percentage? What had happened when the maturation process had been shortened? Thank you.

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One of the most important ideas in these chapters centers around the application of the principles of mass production and human reproduction.  The endless references to "Our Ford" remind us of his application of the assembly line to manufacturing.  The first two chapters of the novel take Ford's discovery and link it to birth ... so much so that the trip down the assembly...

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