Computer World

TitleComputer World
Year for Search1970
AuthorsReynolds, Mack [Dallas McCord](1917-83)
Date Published1970
PublisherModern Literary Editions Publishing Co
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Technological flawed utopia. In the U. S. at birth everyone is given a basic credit and a Universal Credit Card, which is also their means of identification. All records are kept by the International Data Center, which is threatened with destruction. Reynolds uses the same basic trope in a number of other novels.

Holding Institutions

CU-Riv, GU

Author Note

(1917-83)

Full Text

1970 Reynolds, Mack [Dallas McCord] (1917-83). Computer World. New York: Modern Literary Editions Publishing Co. CU-Riv, GU

Technological flawed utopia. In the U. S. at birth everyone is given a basic credit and a Universal Credit Card, which is also their means of identification. All records are kept by the International Data Center, which is threatened with destruction. Reynolds uses the same basic trope in a number of other novels.