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Approaches to Science Fiction. New York: Houghton Mifflin, Warlike colonists return to Earth and conquer it using atomic weapons. The hero defeats them by using a matter converter to create a critical mass of plutonium. In The Long Night. Also in Brian Aldiss, ed. Galactic Empires. New York: St. The leader of a successful rebellion against barbaric alien rulers plans to establish a new human empire with himself as dictator.
Both sides use nuclear weapons. There Will Be Time. Bound with The Dancer from Atlantis. A time-traveling mutant works to prevent the nuclear war he knows is pending. This is a loosely connected member of that series.
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The mutant comes in conflict with a ruthless group of time travelers bent on battling the Maurai, and he defeats them. The novel ends with the victors planning flight to the stars. The early pages of the novel contain a good deal of satirical commentary on the radical movements of the sixties. Thermonuclear Warfare.
Derby, Conn. This popular non-fictional account of the subject based largely on Kahn and Kissinger is neither extremely pessimistic nor overly sanguine. Boston: Gregg, Bound with The Winter of the World. Also in Robert P.
Mills, ed. Pournelle, ed. Ruthless invaders from a decadent overpopulated world assault a peaceful pastoral planet using nuclear missiles and atomic artillery. Taking advantage of the long periods of time required for the invaders to transport successive expeditions, the victims rapidly develop a high technology and defeat their enemies with superweapons.
Twilight World. New York: Torquil, Europe has been devastated, but parts of the Soviet Union now dissolved into smaller states and the United States are slowly recovering. A census is to be conducted to find out how many people have survived. Meanwhile it is becoming apparent that radioactive fallout has created a far greater number of mutations than might have been expected. There they encounter and battle their Siberian i. The Siberians are defeated. As in his other works, Anderson relies on high technology to solve problems. These stories fit in with the general theme of sympathy with homo superior.
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Vault of the Ages. Philadelphia: Winston, Two boys use technology from a time vault to defeat invaders and cause the lifting of the taboo on the old knowledge. Philosophical wisdom also stored in the vault will prevent its misuse this time. Also in Robert Silverberg, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G.
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The Many Worlds of Poul Anderson. Radnor, Pa. Also in Poul Anderson. The Book of Poul Anderson. New York: DAW, Also in Groff Conklin, ed.
A Treasury of Science Fiction. New York: Crown, omitted from the Berkley paperback edition. Also in Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Caught in the Organ Draft. New York: Fawcett, Also in Damon Knight, Martin H. First Voyages. The Great Science Fiction Stories: 9 After a two-year war involving atomic and bacteriological weapons, few people survive, and the majority of births are abnormal.
Dust, colloidal dust of the bombs, suspended in the atmosphere and cutting down the solar constant by a deadly percent or two. The story implicitly criticizes simplistic stories of survival, but is not entirely pessimistic. We should never have created science. It brought the twilight of the race.
The race brought its own destruction, through misuse of science. Our culture was scientific anyway, in all except its psychological basis. If we do, the race may yet survive. Anderson, William C[Charles]. Pandemonium on the Potomac. New York: Crown, In this comic novel, a man with strange powers and his beautiful daughter, claiming to be sent from Venus, force the world into disarming.
The Russians cheat and secrete four H-bombs in American cities, blowing one up as a demonstration and threatening to explode the others unless the United States withdraws all its conventional forces from around the world. The Valley of the Gods. Baraboo, Wis. Unavailable for review. See Tuck. Angell, Roger. Boston: Little, Brown, Freeport, N.
A colonel callously talks about the inadequacy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki as tests of nuclear bomb effects, and explains how pigs will be dressed in protective clothing for the upcoming Bikini tests.
Angus, Douglas. In John Bell and Lesley Choyce, eds. In the ruins of abandoned New York City, two men struggle with the problem of how to extract an aching tooth. The only clue that the destruction was caused by atomic bombing is the fact that all windows have been blown out.