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This Machine Kills Secrets by Andy Greenberg
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Wool Omnibus by Hugh Howey
Wool Omnibus (Silo, #1)
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More of an adventure then an exploration of science fiction ideas

I guess I was younger when I liked this kind of science fiction more than I do now.

This is a political dystopia with a female heroine, with vaguely futuristic implications of mild SF. T
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Levels of the Game by John McPhee
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Timothy B. Tyson
“Unjust social orders do no fall merely by appeals to the consciences of the oppressor, though such appeals may be an important element; history teaches us that they fall because a large enough number of people organize a movement powerful enough to push them down. Rarely do such revolutions emerge in a neat and morally pristine process.”
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“In a fallen world marked by human depravity and deep-seated sin, in a world where Hitler and Stalin had recruited millions of followers to commit mass murder, love must harness power and seek justice in order to have moral meaning. Love without power remained impotent, and power without love was bankrupt.”
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“In politics, everyone regards themselves as a moderate, because they know some other sumbitch who's twice as crazy as they are.”
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“Oxford was as drenched in Dixie as we were, just about as Southern a town as you would ever hope to find, which generally was a good thing, because that meant that the weather was nice, except when it was hot enough to fry pork chops on the pavement, and the food was delicious, though it would thicken the walls of your arteries and kill you deader than Stonewall Jackson, and the people were big hearted and friendly, though it was not the hardest place in the world to get murdered for having bad manners. Even our main crop could kill you.”
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