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Dr. Thomas F. Bertonneau is a professor at SUNY-Oswego. He is the author of the Mackinac Center's 1996 report, Declining Standards at Michigan Public Universities.
To register the obituary long after the fact: science fiction is dead. Aficionados of the genre who acquired their taste for it in the 1950's and 60's probably already know this. What they might not know is that the death of science fiction has significance for the state of American culture in 1997.
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