cacotopian

cacotopian

(ˌkækəˈtəʊpɪən)
adj
relating to cacotopia
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These cacotopian attempts to combat communism typically took the form of an imaginary history which was designed to propagate the myth which William Morris memorably encapsulated as the story of "the Wicked Socialist and the Heroic Butcher." An example is The Commune in London (1871) in which Samuel Bracebridge Hemyng conjures up a nightmare of social anarchy which ends only with the defeat of the insurgents and the dawning vision of a triumphant capitalist system.
For example, the account of the various cacotopian imaginary histories from this period throws up a wealth of fascinating literature.