|"A Whole New World"|
In Brave New World, Aldous Huxley creates a society that seems to be just what the world needs. One of the components of this society is a lack of family. Society is focused on meaningless sex, and getting pregnant is a scandal. (Well...that's not too far off our society today, is it?) The problem is that the masses don't get to decide this. People are not allowed to have children. This is much like what Marx talks about with the largest group of people sharing what they have. In this case, though, it is their values that they must share, not their resources.