The Man Who Sold the Moon, by Robert Heinlein: a short review

In many ways my favorite Heinlein book. Future history written in the fifties; a portrait, reasonably convincing, of the way things might have happened in the second half of the century. The Roads Must Roll–about a strike by the technicians who run the transportation system–is nicely worked out. The title story, beyond question, is RAH at his very best.

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