This vintage book contains a collection of forty-nine essays written by Gilbert Keith Chesterton that deal with the various societal problems of his day. A fascinating and arguably timeless social inquiry, "e;What's Wrong with the World?"e; tackles such subjects as role of women in society, education, socialism, capitalism, the family unit, and much more. This volume is highly recommended for those with an interest in early-twentieth century English society and would make for a fantastic addition to any collection. Contents include: Wanted, An Unpractical Man"e;, "e;The New Hypocrite"e;, "e;The Fear Of The Past"e;, "e;The Unfinished Temple"e;, "e;The Enemies Of Property"e;, "e;The Free Family"e;, "e;The Wildness Of Domesticity"e;, "e;History Of Hudge And Gudge"e;, "e;Oppression By Optimism"e;, "e;The Homelessness Of Jones"e;, et cetera. Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) was an influential English writer, poet, dramatist, philosopher, journalist, orator, and biographer. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction.