Polsby, Nelson W. (ed.). What If? Explorations in Social-Science Fiction
Comments: Stories and essays, including Shlomo Averneri's "What If Sadat Had Come to Jerusalem under a Labor Government? (1977)", Lewis A. Dexter's "What If Joseph McCarthy Had Not Been a U.S. Senator in 1950-55?", Robert C. Fried's "What If Hitler Got the Bomb? (1944)", Charles O. Jones's "What If There Had Been a Nixon Presidency Without Watergate? (1973)", Robert A. Kagan's "What If Abe Fortas Had Been More Discreet? (1969)", Norton E. Long's "What If Napoleon Had Not Sold Louisiana? (1803)", Roger D. Masters's "What If Napoleon Had Not Invaded Russia? (1808)", Kenneth Minogue's "What If Karl Marx Had Drowned in a Cross-Channel Ferryi Accident? (1847)", Walter F. Murphy's "What If Peter Had Been Pope During World War II?", Nelson W. Polsby's "What If Robert Kennedy Had Not Been Assassinated (1968)", William H. Riker's "What If Elbridge Gerry Had Been More Rational and Less Patriotic? (1787)", Robert H. Salisbury's "What If Marbury v. Madison and the Impeachment of John Marshall (1803)", Paul Seabury's "What If George Washington Had Been Captured by General Howe: Mrs. Murray's War (1776)", Aaron Wildavsky's "What If the U.S. Had Had One Law for Its Allies and Another for Its Adversaries? The Suez Crisis (1956)", and Philip M. Williams's "What If Hugh Gaitskell Had Become Prime Minister? (1963)".
Published: Lewis 1982 (0866160183BUY).