Category Archives: peace movement

“Thunder and Roses,” Theodore Sturgeon, 1947

“Thunder and Roses,” Theodore Sturgeon, 1947 – After a devastating nuclear attack on the U.S., a songstress working for the military consoles her doomed countrymen and argues against retaliation. Comments: Read in the The Astounding Science Fiction Anthology. Author: Wikipedia: … Continue reading

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“Politics,” Murray Leinster, 1932

“Politics,” Murray Leinster, 1932 – After a disastrous loss by the American Navy to the enemy (Japan?), due to the President’s desire to placate peace activists and “women in pants,” the US agrees to dismantle its Navy to the horror … Continue reading

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