I own several copies of P & P. The oldest (1933) is my Grandmothers old copy, worn and filled with her own ideas, notations and loaded with the 'flowery' language of the late 1800's. A real treasure IMO.
If it was up to me
The concepts and advise from HG would be common knowledge by the time our children leave High School IMO, instead of being purposely suppressed…….for sinister means………in the 'land of the FREE'.
How different might our world be if the citizenry had even a 'basic' understanding of the natural LAWS of a "RESOURCE BASED" Economy and were no longer at the mercy of the wealthy elite for whatever scraps they passed down?