Political Science Fiction
Donald M. Hassler, Clyde Wilcox
Univ of South Carolina Press, 1997 - Fiction - 256 pages
This text examines the close relationship between politics and science fiction and shows how much of the former is grounded in the latter. It is both an exploration of futuristic literature and a spectrum of ideas, from libertarianism to feminism.
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