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Commune 2000 A.D.

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Commune 2000 A.D.

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Author: Mack Reynolds
Publisher: Bantam UK, 1974
Series: Bat Hardin: Book 1

1. Commune 2000 A.D.
2. The Towers of Utopia
3. Rolltown

Book Type: Novel
Genre: Science-Fiction
Sub-Genre Tags: Utopia
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Commune 2000 A.D. depicts a North America in which 90 percent of the population is unemployed and on government assistance, and yet everyone leads a comfortable lifestyle, with plenty of food, beautiful spacious housing, efficient public transportation, and an array of electronic devices. Crime and envy are almost entirely eliminated. There is no pollution and the landscape has been restored, with factories and highways underground. Computers and automation make this utopia possible. In fact, every year people take an intelligence/aptitude test, and the government computers select the best individuals for the tiny number of jobs available.

The fact that everyone has a middle class income and lifestyle without working allows them to leave the cities and band together into communes of the like-minded (a commune of homosexuals, a commune of artists, a commune of people who like to get high on drugs every day, etc.) The main character, a graduate student in the social sciences, is tasked by his graduate adviser to write his thesis on the communes, and he travels from commune to commune, interviewing communards and taking notes.


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