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Freedom

Mack Reynolds

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .That's your job?"

"Why Czechoslovakia?"

"You're unknown as a security agent there, for one thing. You will go to Prague and become manager of the Moskvich automobile distribution agency. No one, not even the Czech unit of our ministry will be aware of your identity. You will play it by ear, as the Americans say."

"To whom do I report?"

"Only to me, until the task is completed. When it is, you will return to Moscow and report fully." A grimace twisted Blagonravov's face. "If I am still here. Number One is truly incensed, Ilya."

There had been some more. Kliment Blagonravov had evidently chosen Prague, the capital of Czechoslovakia, as the seat of operations in a suspicion that the wave of unrest spreading insidiously throughout the Soviet Complex owed its origins to the West. Thus far, there had been no evidence of this but the suspicion refused to die. If not the West, then who? The Cold War was long over but the battle fo. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Not a great story but an interesting and easy read.

I came across Mack Reynolds in old issues of Analog/Astounding and I liked the idea of this golden age socialist science fiction writer!

This is certainly an interesting work, to have a short novel showing a near-future with flying cars and a successful Soviet state, the cold war having just gone on