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The Ambiguous Utopias of Ursula K. Le Guin and Samuel R. Delany

  • The Libertarian Tradition
April 7, 2011

LeGuin, in The Dispossessed, and Delany, in Triton, explore various social arrangements in the search for happiness through the genre of utopian science fiction novels.

The first half of the 1970s was a heady time for libertarians.


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