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The Common Man

by Dallas McCord Reynolds

It would, of course, take a trio of Ivory Tower scientists to conceive of tracking down that statistical entity, the Common Man, and testing out an idea on him. And only the Ivory Tower type would predict that...


Combat

by Dallas McCord Reynolds

An Alien landing on Earth might be readily misled, victimized by a one-sided viewpoint. And then again ... it might be the Earthmen who were misled....


Border, Breed Nor Birth

by Dallas McCord Reynolds

Kipling said those things didn't count when two strong men stood face to face. But ... do they count when two strong ideologies stand face to face...?


Black Man's Burden

by Dallas McCord Reynolds

The turmoil in Africa is only beginning—and it must grow worse before it's better. Not until the people of Africa know they are Africans—not warring tribesmen—will there be peace....


Adaptation

by Dallas McCord Reynolds

When a man has a great deal of knowledge, it becomes extremely easy for him to confuse "knowledge" with "wisdom" ... and forget that the antonym of "wisdom" is not "ignorance" but "folly."


The Einstein See-Saw

by Miles John Breuer

The Einstein See-Saw is a short science fiction novel written in 1932 for the popular science fiction magazine Astounding Stories. In this story, in their pursuit of an unscrupulous scientist, Phil and Ione...


Spacemen Never Die!

by Morris Hershman

Henry knew his wife had been married once before; now he expected her to start a new life with him—but to her the past was alive, and—


Unspecialist

by Murray F. Yaco

A machine can be built to do any accurately described job better than any man. The superiority of a man is that he can do an unexpected, undescribed, and emergency job... provided he hasn't been especially trained...


No Moving Parts

by Murray F. Yaco

We call them trouble-shooters. They called ’em Gypsies. Either way, they were hep to that whole bit about.... A futuristic tale of man and technology. A warning about losing your past.


Membership Drive

by Murray F. Yaco

Want to join our secret organization? Well, first you have to pass the tests.


The Inheritors: An Extravagant Story

by Joseph Conrad

This novel was conceived in the heated and controversial politics of Britain at the turn of the century. Arthur Granger, an aristocratic and unsuccessful novelist, betrays the ideals he prides himself on for...


The Golden Amazons of Venus

by John Murray Reynolds

The Golden Amazons of Venus appeared in the Winter 1939 issue of Planet Stories. Dakta death, horrible beyond the weirdest fever-dreams of Earth-men, faced Space Ship Commander Gerry Norton. The laconic interplanetary...


A Trip to Venus

by John Munro

Prof. John Munro (1849-1930) was the author of Heroes of the Telegraph (1891), The Story of Electricity (1896) and A Trip to Venus (1897). "In plain English, at 4 a. m., a ray of light had been observed on the...


The Story of Electricity

by John Munro

The purpose of this little book is to present the essential facts of electrical science in a popular and interesting way, as befits the scheme of the series to which it belongs. Electrical phenomena have been...


Heroes of the Telegraph

by John Munro

Prof. John Munro (1849-1930) was the author of Heroes of the Telegraph (1891), The Story of Electricity (1896) and A Trip to Venus (1897). "In plain English, at 4 a. m., a ray of light had been observed on the...


A Journey in Other Worlds: A Romance of the Future

by John Jacob Astor

What did our ancestors dream of when they gazed up at the stars and looked beyond the present? Wildly imaginative but grounded in reasoned scientific speculation, A Journey in Other Worlds races far ahead of...


The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds

by Francis Flagg

George Henry Weiss (1898–1946), was an American poet, writer and novelist. His science fiction stories and poetry appeared under the pseudonym "Francis Flagg" in the magazines Amazing Stories, Astounding,...


Bride of the Dark One

by Florence Verbell Brown

The outcasts; the hunted of all the brighter worlds, crowded onto Yaroto. But even here was there salvation for Ransome, the jinx-scarred acolyte, when tonight was the night of Bani-tai ... the night of expiation...


The House from Nowhere

by Arthur G. Stangland

Time-travel continues to exercise its mesmeric fascination upon writers, readers and editors of science fiction alike. Probably because almost all of us, at one time or another, have longed greatly to visit...


The Black Tide

by Arthur G. Stangland

Space in its far dark reaches can be fickle with a man; it can shatter his dreams, fill him with fear and hate. It can also cure a man—if he is strong enough.