What's Wrong With the World (Paperback)
"What's Wrong with the World" by G. K. Chesterton is written with a strong point of view and perspective for his time. Chesterton tells of the struggles and challenges of his time, but also considers how to improve them.
In this title G. K. Chesterton writes on education, big business, feminism, and many other topics.
This important book of essays is just as readable today as when it was first written and offers a remarkable perceptive analysis on social and moral issues. With hints of a humorous tone, he handles serious philosophy and his views on society.
Chesterton was genius in foreseeing the dangers of taking on modernist proposals, and he knew that with lax moral standards there would follow a slue of other issues and eventually lead to the dehumanization of man.