Robopaths. Lewis Yablonsky.


Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc, 1972. xiv, 204p., first edition lime-green cloth in dj. Slight shelfwear, jacket is clipped and a little rubbed.

The US army is developing killer robots, Stanley Milgram has demonstrated the inhumanity of "l'homme moyen sensuel," Lt. Calley used up a lot of adrenaline killing civilians, looks bad. Yablonsky's book doesn't look so good either, it's a mish mosh of William O. Douglas humanism uncritically yoked with Eric Hoffer's philistine distrust.

Cat.No: 92486

Price: $15.00