"The Equalizer"

Title"The Equalizer"
Year for Search1947
AuthorsWilliamson, Jack [John Stewart](1908-2006)
Secondary TitleAstounding Science Fiction (New York)
Volume / Edition 39.1
Pagination6-55
Date PublishedMarch 1947
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Agrarian, anarchist eutopia of abundant power. In a note in The Pandora Effect, the author says that this story is “a companion piece” to his “With Folded Hands” (see 1949 Williamson), which was “pessimistic about technology and science” (127).

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his The Pandora Effect (New York: Ace Books, 1969), 127-89; and in The Collected Stories of Jack Williamson Volume Seven: With Folded Hands and Searching Mind (Royal Oak, MI: Haffner Press, 2010), 93-152.

Author Note

(1908-2006)

Full Text

1947 Williamson, Jack [John Stewart] (1908-2006). “The Equalizer.” Astounding Science Fiction (New York) 39.1 (March 1947): 6-55. Rpt. in his The Pandora Effect (New York: Ace Books, 1969), 127-89; and in The Collected Stories of Jack Williamson Volume Seven: With Folded Hands and Searching Mind (Royal Oak, MI: Haffner Press, 2010), 93-152. Merril, MoU-St

Agrarian, anarchist eutopia of abundant power. In a note in The Pandora Effect, the author says that this story is “a companion piece” to his “With Folded Hands” (see 1949 Williamson), which was “pessimistic about technology and science” (127).