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Anglo-American Alliance: A Serio-Comic Romance and Forecast of the Future

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Anglo-American Alliance: A Serio-Comic Romance and Forecast of the Future by Gregory Casparian is a witty and insightful look at the relationship between two of the world's most powerful countries. The book delves into the history of the Anglo-American alliance, exploring the highs and lows of this unique partnership.

Casparian's writing is engaging and humorous, making this book an enjoyable read for those interested in politics and international relations. The author's forecast of the future of the alliance is thought-provoking and offers a fresh perspective on the evolving dynamics between the United States and the United Kingdom.

Overall, Anglo-American Alliance is a well-researched and entertaining book that sheds light on the complexities of international diplomacy and the importance of collaboration between nations. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the intricacies of global politics.

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Described by io9 as “the first lesbian science fiction novel,” An Anglo-American Alliance is a quasi-farcical tale of love, transformation, and geopolitics set in the far-flung futuristic year of 1960. In it, the titular Anglo-American Alliance has established itself as the world government, ushering in new age of technological and social revolution. However, even in this halcyon period, the “love that dare not speak its name” remains an anathema. The novel’s central narrative follows the long-burgeoning but secret romance between two women at a ladies’ seminary school in Cornwall: Margaret MacDonald and Aurora Cunningham. Throughout this tale, we follow their trials and tribulations as they grapple with secret longings and learn how to harness the powers of science and technology to make their dreams come true.
Note: Despite its fairly progressive views on sexuality and gender identity, this novel is nevertheless a byproduct of the period in which it was written. It contains unfortunate moments of ethnocentrism, antisemitism, and casual racism that might offend certain listeners. - Summary by ChuckW

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