Review of Reviews, 1 (1890), 400.
Is Civilization a Failure? "As the Case Stands Now, Yes"—Prof. Huxley
Thomas H Huxley Nineteenth Century
Government, Socialism, Darwinism
Notes that Huxley's 'notable expression of disbelief in the excellence of the natural laws of the struggle for existence, and the survival of the fittest, will probably do the anti-socialists more harm than all the damage done to the socialists by his swashing blow against regimentation'.
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