1968 and the ongoing revolt against the masses

The events of 1968 came forty years after the publication of H.G. Wells’ The Open Conspiracy: Blueprint for a World Revolution, which would be reissued three years later with the new title What are We to Do with Our Lives. Wells’ tract was written on the Nietzschean assumption that a ‘declaration of war on the masses by the higher men is needed.’

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