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Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia

  title={Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia},
  author={Alexander Aleksandrovich Bogdanov and Loren Graham and Richard W. Stites and Charles Rougle}
Preface Fantasy and Revolution: Alexander Bogdanov and the Origins of Bolshevik Science Fiction, Richard Stites RED STAR: A Utopia ENGINNEER MENNI: A Novel of Fantasy A MARTIAN STRANDED ON EARTH: A Poem Bogdanov's Inner Message, Loren R. Graham Selected Bibliography 
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