I Was Robot (Utopia Now Possible)

TitleI Was Robot (Utopia Now Possible)
Year for Search1990
AuthorsMann, Ernest (1927-96)
Tertiary AuthorsJohnson, Larry L.
Date Published1990
PublisherLittle Free Press
Place PublishedCushing, MN
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Detailed libertarian eutopia reflecting on the author’s life and the current situation in the U. S. and proposing a “Priceless Economic System,” in which everything is free and freely exchanged. See also his Free I Got. Little Falls, MN: Little Free Press, 1993; and the single-sheet depiction of his eutopia, Portals to Paradise. Little Falls, MN: Little Free Press, nd with art by Carol Gatts. 

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Author Note

(1927-96) See Larry Batson, “[Larry L. Johnson].” Minneapolis Tribune 111.283  (April 4, 1978): 1B, 8B where Mann’s name is given as Larry L. Johnson. 

Full Text

1990 Mann, Ernest (1927-96). I Was Robot (Utopia Now Possible). Cushing, MN: Little Free Press. The book is composed of dated article from the author’s paper The Little Free Press (Minneapolis, MN 1976-92). PSt

Detailed libertarian eutopia reflecting on the author’s life and the current situation in the U. S. and proposing a “Priceless Economic System,” in which everything is free and freely exchanged. See also his Free I Got. Little Falls, MN: Little Free Press, 1993; and the single-sheet depiction of his eutopia, Portals to Paradise. Little Falls, MN: Little Free Press, nd with art by Carol Gatts. See Larry Batson, “[Larry L. Johnson].” Minneapolis Tribune 111.283  (April 4, 1978): 1B, 8B where Mann’s name is given as Larry L. Johnson.