The Defenders, Philip Dick
Philip Dick

The Defenders

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“It has taken thousands of generations to achieve,” the A-class leady concluded. “Hundreds of centuries of bloodshed and destruction. But each war was a step toward uniting mankind. And now the end is in sight: a world without war. But even that is only the beginning of a new stage of history.”
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Alex Klyanchin
Alex Klyanchinshared an impression3 months ago
👍Worth reading

Quite atypical ending for Philip's works. But anyway interesting and deep story!

al m
al mshared an impression3 months ago
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Alex Klyanchin
Alex Klyanchinhas quoted3 months ago
People who work together don’t need diplomats. They solve their problems on the operational level instead of at a conference table
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