"We have the World State now. And Ford's Day celebrations, and Community Sings, and Solidarity Services."

For pages 40-48, an interesting narrative technique is used: shifting quickly between characters. The characters involved are Mond and his students, Henry Foster and the Assistant Predestinator, Lenina and Fanny Crowne, and Bernard Marx.

Here, Huxley is demonstrating different aspects of and arguments concerning the new world. With Mond and his students, he shows the education they receive; Henry and the Assistant Predestinator tell of the benefits; Lenina and Fanny show what daily life in the new world is like, and Bernard Marx is the cynic, who argues why the state is bad.