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Thu Oct 7 08:12:11 BST 2021
Before about the 1950s, Heinlein was a big backer of One World Government.
See *Space Cadet* and some of his other works from that period. What
changed his mind, AIUI, was a round-the-world tour he took (see *Tramp
Royale*). Seeing how different other countries were cured him of that
On Thu, Oct 7, 2021 at 2:06 AM Matija Grabnar via Lois-Bujold <
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> On 07/10/2021 00:15, Raymond Collins wrote:
> > According to a bio I read, Isaac Asimov considered Heinlein to be
> > extremely liberal. It think this was just before world war II.
> Heinlein changed his politics after WW2: According to a bio I read, he
> read a book which claimed that FDR allowed Hawaii to be hit in order to
> get the US into the war, and he flipped his support to republicans. Read
> about Heinlein/Anderson vs Asimov et al on the Vietnam war.
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