The books involve the travels and discussions of Lemuel Gulliver XVI, a direct descendant of the famous explorer. Commander Gulliver was sent on a twenty-five year mission around the solar system to find a possible home for the world’s excess population. He found none. On returning to Earth he and his friends have visited several countries and discussed with state leaders and academics various questions of import for the world. He is telling of his experiences in a series of books that he has titled “. . .And Gulliver Returns . . . . . . . In Search of Utopia.”
Commander Gulliver plans fourteen books. He has completed the first seven. His busy schedule allows him only a limited time to write. That is why he has enlisted the prize winning Jacqueline Slow to assist him. They have asked me to assist with the editing. But their writing was so clear there wasn’t much editing to do. I did however insert sub-titles when it seemed appropriate. It seemed to me that it would help you, the reader, to keep focused when their discussions proceeded. The table of contents for each book will allow you to zero in on an issue if you don’t have time to read the whole book. Let me know if you like it or not.
Book 1—Gulliver returns to earth in the year 2025, meets a TV newsman, invites him home where he discusses the issues of overpopulation and licensing parents as a way of reducing the population while decreasing societies problems caused by uncared for children. Preserving the Earth is fundamental before we can generate a utopia. Gulliver’s three friends arrive and they go to lunch to discuss their upcoming trip.
This Book is Part of a Series "". . . And Gulliver Returns" --In Search of Utopia--"
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