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Davis, Thomas D.(b. 1941). "The Divided States of America" In Contemporary Moral and Social Issues: An Introduction through Original Fiction, Discussion, and Readings . Chichester, Eng./Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, 2014.
Davis, Grania [Eve](1943-2017). "Young Love" In Orbit 13, Edited by Knight, Damon [Francis](1922-2002). New York: Berkley Books, 1974.
Davis, Rebecca [Blaine] Harding(1831-1910). "Berrytown" In Lippincott's Magazine (Philadelphia, PA). Vol. 11-12., 1873.
Davis, [Horace] Chan[dler](b. 1926). "It Walks in Beauty" In Star Science Fiction 1.1. Vol. 1.1 ., 1958.
Davis, Capt. Nathan. Beulah; or A Parable of Social Regeneration. Kansas City, MO: Press of Hudson-Kimberly Pub. Company, 1904.
Davis, Andrew Jackson(1826-1910). The Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations, and A Voice to Mankind. In Three Parts. Part First. Any theory, hypothesis, philosophy, sect, creed, morality will bloom with an or institution that fears investigation, openly manifests its own error. Part Second. Reason is a flower of the spirit, and its fragrance is liberty and knowledge. Part Third. When distributive justice pervades the social world, virtue and morality will bloom with an immortal beauty; while the Sun of Righteousness will arise in the horizon of universal industry, and shed its genial rays over all the fields of peace, plenty, and human happiness!. New York: Published by S.S. Lyon and Wm. Fishbough, 1847.
Davis, Andrew Jackson(1826-1910). Views of Our Heavenly Home. A Sequel to A Stellar Key to the Summerland. Boston, MA: Colby & Rich, 1878.
Davis, Rebecca [Blaine] Harding(1831-1910). "The Passing of Niagara" In The Independent. Vol. 49.2556 ., 1897.
Davis, Cheryl Elaine. “Stone Hands” In Sinister Wisdom. Vol. no. 34., 1988.
Davis, [Horace] Chan[dler](b. 1926). "Adrift at the Policy Level" In Above the Human Landscape: A Social Science Fiction Anthology, Edited by McNelly, Willis E. and Stover, Leon [Eugene](1929-2006). Pacific Palisades, CA: Goodyear Publishing, 1959.
Davis, Harold McGill. The City of Endeavor: A Religious Novel devoted to the interests of Good Citizenship in the City of Brooklyn. Brooklyn, NY: Collins & Day, 1895.
Davis, Thomas D.(b. 1941). “The People of the Underground” In In his Contemporary Moral and Social Issues: An Introduction through Original Fiction, Discussion, and Readings . Chichester, Eng./Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, 2014.
Davis, Andrew Jackson(1826-1910). The Diakka, and Their Earthly Victims; Being an Explanation of Much That Is False and Repulsive in Spiritualism. New York: A.J. Davis & Co., 1874.
Davin, Felicia. “The Tip of the Tongue” In Queers Destroy Science Fiction, Edited by McGuire, Seanan(b. 1978). Vol. Lightspeed, no. 61., 2015.
Davies, Pete(b. 1959). The Last Election. London: André Deutsch, 1986.
Walton, Jo[seph Churches](b. 1982). “Public Money and Democracy” In Economic Science Fictions, Edited by Davies, William. London: Goldsmiths Press, 2018.
Davies, Pete(b. 1959). Dollarville. New York: Random House, 1989.
Davies, William. When the River Ran Dry. Livonia, MI: BHC Press/Indigo, 2018.
Davies, R[obert] Rice. “The Visit of Elidorus to the Fairy Kingdom Beneath the Bay” In The Cambrian Sketch-Book. Tales, Scenes, and Legends of Wild Wales . London/Swansea, Wales: Simpkin, Marshall/The Cambrian Welsh and English Book Publishing Co., 1875.
Davies, Tom [Thomas](b. 1941). The Electric Harvest. London: New English Library, 1984.
Davidson, J[ohn] Morrison(1843-1916). The Old Order and the New: From Individualism to Collectivism. London: William Reeves, 1890.
[Zeik], [Michael]. The Karma Machine. New York: Popular Library, 1975.
Davidson, Ellen Dee(b. 1954). Stolen Voices. Montréal, QC, Canada: Lobster Press, 2005.
Davidson, Rjurik. “Benjamin 2073” In Tor.com., 2020.
Davidson, Rjurik. "The Winding Down of the World" In Edison's Frankenstein, Edited by Crowther, Peter(b. 1949) and Gevers, Nick. Vol. Postscripts 20/21. Hornsea, Eng.: PS Publishing, 2009.

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