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But this novel is consistently dark; victory is never certain and violent death lurks everywhere. Anyone familiar with the indestructible Tarzan and John Carter, who always survive insurmountable odds with seldom a scratch, will be startled by The Moon Maid. Julian the Fifth, for instance, returns to Earth successfully at the end of the first novella, but he sacrifices his life in a horrible explosion during the prologue to Part II. The Moon Maid also differs from more typical Burroughs fare in the razor-sharp social and political commentary that literally saturates it.

Burroughs begins to skewer state socialism early on in the book.

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There were ten great divisions, each ruled by its Jemadar, and each division vied with all the others in the service which it rendered to its people. There were those who held high positions and those who held low; there were those who were rich and those who were poor, but the favors of the state were distributed equally among them, and the children of the poor had the same opportunities for education as the children of the rich, and there it was that our troubles first started.

They eventually overthrew the Jemadars and drove the ruling class from power.

They not only had neither the training nor the intelligence to develop new things, but they could not carry out the old that had been developed for them. The arts and sciences languished and died with the commerce and government, and Va-nah fell back into barbarism. And naturally, they transplant their failed political and social systems to Occupied Earth.

Bring me, therefore, three of your best goats.

Edgar Rice Burroughs was no libertarian. And despite all their talk of freedom and independence, I suspect these Americans would ultimately replace their Kalkar masters with equally despotic rulers. Burroughs was a lover of freedom.

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And no libertarian should find argument with the old American virtues of self-reliance, physical courage, and survival so explicitly depicted in The Moon Maid. And it delivers an exciting and inspiring story that should delight most liberty-seekers. It restores all the passages deleted from both the magazine and book versions over the last eight decades. He has been a non-political, anti-party activist in the libertarian movement since