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I Was Robot by Ernest Mann – Intro


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I WAS ROBOT (Utopia Now Possible)

by Ernest Mann

Within these pages you will learn how one Robot transformed himself

into an almost free individual human being.

You will also see how we can create a nearly Utopian world, on

Spaceship Earth within one year.

About the Author:

The author was in business in Minneapolis for 20 years. He gained

enough knowledge in Economics in Business College and in practice to

retire in 1969 at the age of 42. Since then he has had the space to

observe economics from a different perspective and has had 21 years of

time to travel to many countries, read, observe, discuss, think,

evaluate and form his own conclusions about the economic situation,

politics, religion, life and individual freedom.

This book is a gathering of some of the best issues of his free news

letter, the “Little Free Press” in which he has shared his observations

and conclusions since 1969. They have been revised to exclude most of

the duplications and update notes have been added.

The character in this book is real, and any resemblance to fictitious

persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.



No Copyright, 1990, Ernest Mann.

No world rights reserved. Any part or all of this publication may be

stored in a retrieval system, transmitted, or reproduced in any

language, in any way, including but not limited to photocopy,

photograph, offset, rotary or flatbed press, magnetic or other record,

with the prior agreement and herein expressed written permission of the


A Public Domain Book

Little Free Press, 1011 6th Avenue NE apt 21, Little Falls, MN 56345

USA (612-632-1965)

ISBN: 0-9620301-0-4

Library of Congress

Catalog Card Number: 89-80274

This book is dedicated to all little children

Let’s create for them — a decent world to grow up in

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