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The Best of Mack Reynolds

(1976)
A collection of stories by

 
 
Dallas McCord "Mack" Reynolds (November 11, 1917 - January 30, 1983) was an American science fiction writer. Reynolds was the first author to write an original novel based upon the 1966-1969 NBC television series Star Trek. The book, Mission to Horatius (1968), was aimed at young readers. While Reynolds' fiction spans an array of science fiction elements including time travel, alien visitation, world computers, Amazonian cultures, and intergalactic spy adventures, his radical interrogation of socioeconomic systems sets him apart from other science fiction writers. Accordingly, many of Reynolds' original contributions to science fiction exist in the form of sociological predictions, some of which have come to pass: the credit-card economy, a worldwide computer network with information available at one's fingertips, a "Common Europe," a basic guaranteed income for every citizen, mobile cities, or global societies with a universal religion and an Esperanto-based common language.

Genre: Science Fiction

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April 2018 : Paperback
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Title: The Best of Mack Reynolds (18 Novels)
Author(s): Mack Reynolds
ISBN: 1-71743-975-6 / 978-1-71743-975-8
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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March 1976 : USA Paperback
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Title: The Best of Mack Reynolds
Author(s): Mack Reynolds
ISBN: 0-671-80403-0 / 978-0-671-80403-9 (USA edition)
Publisher: Pocket
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