Some of the best parts are where London has Ernest "explaining" political economy and confronting the oligarchs. Orwell himself noted that there was a strong streak of the Social Darwinist in London, a sadistic revelling in the cult of violence and the survival of the fittest.
I also find Jack London's foresight in this book amazing. Morehouse eventually gets out again and disappears from the public light, continuously working for the Lord in quiet.
Your hearts are as hard as your heels as they tread upon the faces of the poor. Everhard, like thousands of others, is executed. Revolutionaries such as Ernest and Avis are left stranded outside the class system and, in this respect, they are consigned to the same classless detachment and loss of identity that London had himself experienced as a writer.
Cunningham discovers real flaws within the capitalistic system—from company negligence to unjust courts, and from dirty conspiracies to bribes and treason.
Thousands of proletarians live in terrible poverty there, and are used whenever a public work needs to be completed, such as the building of a levee or a canal.
Further, a second, military caste is formed: the Mercenaries. The flexing of fascist muscles in the 20th century In fact, his political views were a personal cocktail of conflicting theories—emotional demands for social justice, racial superiority of the white race, and social Darwinism Trott.