“The Place Where Chicago Was,” James Judson Harmon, 1962

“The Place Where Chicago Was,” James Judson Harmon, 1962 – The state seeks to make its “do no harm” ideal a reality.  Its sonic controls create a world of compulsory vegetarianism, as well as simulated battles and citizens who are ostracized once their cities are “destroyed.”

Comments: Read in Galaxy: Volume 1.

Author: Wikipedia: “James Judson Harmon (21 April 1933 – 16 February 2010), better known as Jim Harmon, was an American short story author and popular culture historian who wrote extensively about the Golden Age of Radio. He sometimes used the pseudonym Judson Grey, and occasionally he was labeled Mr. Nostalgia.”

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