It was Eric's birthday, the day he became a man. And that could only mean one thing. It was time for him to steal for mankind. The aliens had subjugated humans with technology so far in advanced of anything that mankind had ever developed that it was unthinkable that man would ever claim back his home planet. Or was it?
by Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn
by William Shakespeare
by William Sherman
by William Tenn
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