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"It typifies perfectly to his mind the muddle of the present social situation and illustrates the incompetence of the upper class in modern society".

"It was the penetrating comment of chance upon our entire social system. Beneath a surface of magnificent efficiency was - slapdash. The ship was not even equipped to to save its third-class passengers; they placed themselves on board with an infinite confidence in the care that was to be taken of them, and most of their women and children went down with the cry of those who find themselves cheated out of life."

Click here to read what George Bernard Shaw thought of the the Titanic disaster.


H.G. Wells' Remarks  on the <em>Titanic</em>  Disaster  (The Bookman, 1912)

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