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Frölich, Maria. “It Looked Like Our Dreams” In All We Ever Wanted: Stories of a Better World, Edited by Miner, Matt, Palicki, Eric and Chin-Tanner, Tyler. Np: A Wave New World, 2018.
Frizell, John. "Making Memories: You must remember this . . ." In Nature . Vol. 457.7227 ., 2009.
Frisbie, Henry. Prophet of the Kingdom. Washington, DC: The Neale Publishing Company, 1901.
Friesner, Esther M[ona](b. 1951). “Tunnel Vision” In Newer York: Stories of Science Fiction and Fantasy About the World’s Greatest City. New York: Roc, 1991.
Friesner, Esther M[ona](b. 1951). The Psalms of Herod. Clarkson, GA: White Wolf Publishing, 1995.
Friesner, Esther M[ona](b. 1951). "A Birthday" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction . Vol. 89.2 (531)., 1995.
Friesner, Esther [Mona](b. 1951). "A Sacred Institution" In Helix: A Speculative Fiction Quarterly. Vol. no. 5 ., 2007.
Friesen, Jonathan. Aquifer. A Novel. Grand Rapids, MI: Blink, 2013.
Friend of the Utmost Reform, in the Mean Time, To the Representative System of Government [pseud.]. A New Theory of Moral and Social Reform; Founded on the Principal and Most General Facts of Human Nature. Or Essays, To Establish a Universal Criterion of Moral Truth, That Shall Be Intelligible and Practicable Alike To Every Individual, and to Found Thereon a Plan of Voluntary Association and Order, Calculated to Secure Equal Benefits, As Well As "Equal Rights," To Every Member of Society, Without the Aid of Either Priestly or Political Government. London: Ptd. for Effingham Wilson, 1828.
Friedmann, John (b. 1926). The Good Society; A personal account of its struggle with the world of social planning and a dialectical inquiry into the roots of radical practice. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1979.
Friedmann, John (b. 1926). Communalist Society: Some Principles for a Possible Future. Vol. Comparative Urbanization Series. Los Angeles, CA: School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles, 1979.
Friedmann, John (b. 1926). The Good Society: A Primer of Its Social Practice. [Los Angeles, CA]: [School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA], 1976.
Friedman, Stuart (1913-93). "Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful!" In Future Science Fiction. Vol. 2.6 ., 1952.
Fried, Seth. The Municipalists. A Novel. New York: Penguin Books, 2019.
Frey, James N[orbert](b. 1943). The Last Patriot. New York: Zebra Books/Kensington Publications, 1984.
Frey, James N[orbert](b. 1943). USSA. A Novel. New York: Zebra Books/Kensington Publishing, 1987.
Freundlich, Paul. Notes In Passing" In Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living. Vol. no. 47 ., 1981.
Fresco, Jacque (1916-2017). The Venus Project: The Redesign of a Culture. Venus, FL: Global Cyber-Visions, 1995.
Fresco, Jacque (1916-2017). The Best That Money Can't Buy: Beyond Politics, Poverty & War. Venus, FL: Global Cyber-Visions, 2002.
Fresco, Jacque (1916-2017). Designing the Future. Venus, FL: The Venus Project, 2007.
Freneau, Philip (1752-1832), and [Brackenridge], [Hugh Henry](1748-1816). A Poem, on the Rising Glory of America: Being an Exercise Delivered at the Public Commencement at Nassau-hall, September 25, 1771. Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. by Joseph Crukshank, 1772.
Freese, Stanley. The Ten Year Plan: A Dream of 1940. London: Cecil Palmer, 1932.
Freer, Dave [David](b. ca. 1958). "Boys" In The Future We Wish We Had, Edited by Greenberg, Martin H[arry](1941-2011) and Lickiss, Rebecca. New York: DAW Books, 2007.
Freeman, G[eorge] H[arris]. The Free Prince and The New World's Laws and A Vision of the Outer World. Melbourne, VIC, Australia: J. Ingleson Print, 1909.
Freeman, Mrs. A. M.. The Daughters of Cain in the Land of Nod: A Satirical Romance. Chicago, IL: Donohue, Henneberry & Co, 1893.

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