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-->-- '''Logic of Empire (1941)''', ''Precursor to 'Hanlon's Razor''

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-->-- '''Logic of Empire (1941)''', ''Precursor to 'Hanlon's Razor''
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-> How anybody expects a man to stay in business with every two-bit wowser in the country claiming a veto over what we can say and can't say and what we can show and what we can't show it's enough to make you throw up. The whole principle is wrong; it's like demanding that grown men live on skim milk because the baby can't eat steak.
-->-- '''The Man Who Sold the Moon (1950)'''[[note]]this may be the origin of a remark which in recent years has sometimes become misattributed to Creator/MarkTwain: "Censorship is telling a man he can't have a steak just because a baby can't chew it."[[/note]]



->-- '''Literature/StarshipTroopers'''

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->-- '''Literature/StarshipTroopers'''
-->-- '''Literature/StarshipTroopers (1959)'''


-->-- '''Literature/TheRollingStones (1952)'''

-> Free will is a golden thread running through the frozen matrix of fixed events.



-> Free will is a golden thread running through the frozen matrix of fixed events.
-->-- '''The Rolling Stones (1952)'''



-->-- '''Double Star (1956)'''

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-->-- '''Double Star '''Literature/DoubleStar (1956)'''



-->-- '''Stranger in a Strange Land (1961)'''

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-->-- '''Stranger in a Strange Land '''Literature/StrangerInAStrangeLand (1961)'''



->--''Literature/StarshipTroopers''

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->--''Literature/StarshipTroopers''
->-- '''Literature/StarshipTroopers'''




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->--''Literature/StarshipTroopers''

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