In Brave New World what point does Aldous Huxley make about human nature and the nature of human communities?

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There are many possible points that Huxley makes about human nature.  In Brave New World , there is a community of happy, entertained, peaceful and productive individuals that functions without war or rebellion.  How they have achieved this, if you set aside the genetic engineering from conception, provides us with a glimpse of what Huxley might be implying about human beings.  He seems to state that humans, as long as they are kept busy, active, entertained and...

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