The Devil's Advocate

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MacFadden Bartell Corporation, 1967 - 349 pages
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User Review  - Jim Rittenhouse - Goodreads

Read this first in 1971 on a trip up the Alaska's a political alternate history of sorts, where the US is dominated by liberal totalitarians (yeah, right) who stomp on everyone's freedoms ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ray Dix - Goodreads

This Dystopia falls somewhere between the Orwellian world of 1984 and the Ayn Rand vision of future events as presented in Atlas Shrugged. The world has fallen into “Sections” of countries which are ... Read full review

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