This novel is strong on depictions of gullibility, exploitation, evolution of machines, religious fraud, government fraud, propaganda, how colonization works, how people and human-like robots can be manipulated. He switches back and forth to present the logic of the situation from the perspectives of the leaders in the various camps. It is very clever.
Year Read: 2000
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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