Mack Reynolds’s Border, Breed, nor Birth

This 1962 novel continues Reynolds “North Africa series” and his attack on Islam started in Blackman’s Burden.  The agents are finding success in moving the people away from Islam.  His depiction of the Muslim leaders as corrupt and greedy has led to rebellion.  Reynolds main character, Homer Crawford, sums up the feelings about Islam on page 84 of the novel, “…we don’t even think of the Moslem world as particularly civilized.”

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