The 30th century does have its problems according to this -- a poor second-class-citizen robot can't find an honest job and...

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CRIME PREVENTION IN THE 30th CENTURY

The 30th century does have its problems according to this -- a poor second-class-citizen robot can't find an honest job and is in danger of illegal enslavement; alcoholics have attained criminal status while junkies are all fixed up; hippies have become ""flippies;"" children can wage lethal wars with their ""educational"" weapons; an amoeba can barely get by with selling pornographic pictures of itself; the whole telepathic world is forced to prove innocence after something is kinetically ""lifted"" and a harassed run-away Martian just wants to go home. But the 30th is still a nice place to visit with authors like Miriam Allen deFord, Asimov, Judith Merril, John Brunner and Harry Harrison.

Pub Date: Nov. 28, 1969

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Walker

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1969