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A Left Argument for Space

by Philip Shropshire

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The late J.G. Ballard was unique among great science fiction authors in predicting that humankind's leap to the stars would be a thing of the past in the near future. His 1988 collection, Memories of the Space Age was full of stories, starting from the 1960s, of abandoned gantries, rusting junk, and enfeebled, mentally unstable astronauts. A Left Argument for Space contains two brief essays, both from "date unknown, early 2000s I think," that exhort people on the Left not to give up on that high frontier, for two interrelated reasons. [continued on Amazon]: http://www.amazon.com/review/R19Z3FBQ046ZWS/ ( )
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