H.G. Wells (Herbert George Wells) Quotes
3 Famous Quotes by H.G. Wells (Herbert George Wells)
There will be little drudgery in this better ordered world.
Natural power harnessed in machines will be the general drudge.
What drudgery is inevitable will be done as a service and duty
for a few years or months out of each life; it will not consume
nor degrade the whole life of anyone.
Quotes, by H.G. Wells (Herbert George Wells) , Source: Outline of History (ch. XLI, par. 4)
If we suppose a sufficient righteousness and intelligence in men
to produce presently, from the tremendous lessons of history, an
effective will for a world peace--that is to say, an effective
will for a world law under a world government--for in no other
fashion is a secure world peace conceivable--in what manner may
we expect things to move towards this end? . . . It is an
educational task, and its very essence is to bring to the minds
of all men everywhere, as a necessary basis for world
cooperation, a new telling and interpretation, a common
interpretation, of history.
Quotes, by H.G. Wells (Herbert George Wells) , Source: Outline of History (ch. XLI, par. 2)