Alongside Night

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Pulpless.Com, 1999 - Fiction - 304 pages
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"A cautionary tale with a disturbing resemblance to past history and future possibilities" (Milton Friedman, Nobel Laureate), "Alongside Night" portrays the last two weeks of the world's greatest superpower and ends on a triumphant note of hope.
 

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User Review  - danielbeattie - LibraryThing

I am a libertarian and very sympathetic to the political views expressed in this book. However, I don't really enjoy reading fiction about politics when it reads like it was written by a missionary ... Read full review

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User Review  - ServusLibri - LibraryThing

Alongside Night is science fiction and political fiction joined in a small novel that is certainy worth a look from several directions. In several ways - as sc-fi it rates poorly, but with surprising ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGE
13
Part Two
87
Part Three
179
Are We Alongside Night? by J Neil Schulman 1979
257
How Far Alongside Night? by Samuel Edward Konkin III
271
Remarks Upon Acceptance into the Prometheus Hall
291
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About the author (1999)

Schulman is a pioneeer in electronic publishing. He is Chairman and Publisher of Pulpless.Com, Inc.

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