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The Marching Morons

C. M. Kornbluth

Publisher: Reading Essentials

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Summary

In the distant future a man from the twentieth century wakes to find himself in an almost incomprehensible world... He realizes that the world has left him behind, but he just might have the key to the future of all mankind. Cyril M. Kornbluth was a highly influential science fiction writer who won both a Hugo Award and a Prometheus Award.

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