There Won t Be War This international anthology exploring the peaceful development of space contains all new original fiction from Isaac Asimov Joe Haldeman Frederik Pohl Jack C Haldeman II Timothy Zahn and others

  • Title: There Won't Be War
  • Author: Harry Harrison
  • ISBN: 9780812519419
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
  • This international anthology exploring the peaceful development of space contains all new original fiction from Isaac Asimov, Joe Haldeman, Frederik Pohl, Jack C Haldeman II, Timothy Zahn, and others You will not find the solution to the world s problems here, but plenty of ideas, food for thought, concepts to consider Harry Harrison.

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    About “Harry Harrison

    1. Harry Harrison says:

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Harry Harrison born Henry Maxwell Dempsey was an American science fiction author best known for his character the The Stainless Steel Rat and the novel Make Room Make Room 1966 , the basis for the film Soylent Green 1973 He was also with Brian W Aldiss co president of the Birmingham Science Fiction Group.Excerpted from.



    2 thoughts on “There Won't Be War

    1. A bracing antidote to Pournelle's There Will Be War series.As I recall, though, my biggest problem with many of the stories that our avoiding the scourge of war depended upon fundamental changes in human nature - i.e we would have to become something other than human to escape it. Perversely, considering my usual pessimism regarding the species, I wanted to see stories where people created peaceful societies without having to genetically modify themselves or in some other way become nonhuman.

    2. This book has some of the most touching short stories about peace I have ever read - but it also has some of the least interesting as well. My personal favorites are "Iphigenia" (Nancy A. Collins), "We, the People" (Jack C. Halderman II), "The Peacemakers" (Timothy Zahn), and "Frustration" (Isaac Asimov). The rest of the short stories are decent enough, although not what I would call favorites. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes Science Fiction, has an interest in politics, or enjo [...]

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