Stephen Measure

The planner zealously maintains absolute equality amongst the citizens under his control. But when a free woman invades his warehouse paradise, he must act decisively before she ruins everything.

"It’s better for all to have none than for some to have more."

A short satire.

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The Wrong Sort of Stories - Front Cover    Included in the short story collection "The Wrong Sort of Stories".

Story Excerpt

“Freedom always ruins the perfection of equality.”

Story Excerpt

Nature is inherently unequal. Some people are stronger. Some people are faster. Some people are smarter. Some people work harder. You can’t have that and have all results be equal. The solution, then, is to not have that at all.

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Status: Released September 2015 by Silver Layer Publications.