New Worlds ... and the Government of Mars

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PublishAmerica, Feb 1, 2005 - Fiction - 225 pages
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New Worlds...and the government of Mars is a novel predictive of the coming decades. The story of the settlement of Mars and the creation of its new government is told through the lives of a number of young people from around the world. Their adventures create friends and enemies as the years pass. The story, ranging across Europe, South America, and Asia, includes intrigue, love, and violence as the careers of these young people intertwine and they each contribute to the exploration and settlement of the planet. The book arises out of experience in working with a group of young international scientists, and from research done for an international agency on the past, present, and future uses of nuclear propulsion and heating in space. The novel is fiction though the locations are real. The science too is real, and with political will the settlement of Mars too could be real.
 

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Thinkers9
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Wilcox11 Rapavy14 Duprés16 Qing Zhen19
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Govyrina21
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Versmissen24 Chapter 2 A Question is Put27
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Design Taste and Power34
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Changing Worlds47
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Turning Points67
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New Decisions84
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Russia and Europe101
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New Businesses108
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The World Moves On124 Chapter 10 Marital Affairs130 Chapter 11 The Real Space Race139 Chapter 12 AThird Opinion151 Chapter 13 An Atta...
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Mars Landing198 Chapter 17 The Mars Community205
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Earth213
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New Worlds219
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John Graham is a consultant and Professor of International Business at The Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine. William Hernandez Requejo is a university professor and president of Requejo Consulting, Inc., an international management consulting firm.

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