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This question was answered on Wed 12, Jul 2017 02:48pm by sallievern

Question: Short story - martians take all blacks from town in either Miss. or Louisiana

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Asked by jgalt on Sat 08, Jul 2017 01:38pm :
It think either Vonnegut or Bradbury short story. Martians visit small town
in the south and ultimately take the black population back to Mars with
them. The white population insists that the blacks are happy and need the
protection of the whites. Surprise: when the blacks are gone, the white
society collapses socially and economically. Similar concept to "A Day
Without a Mexican".  
I want the Author and title please. From 1950's or 1960's.
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Answer by sallievern on Wed 12, Jul 2017 02:48pm:
"Way Up in the Air" and its sequel, "The Other Foot" by Ray Bradbury?

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Comment by jgalt on Sun 09, Jul 2017 04:59pm:
Many thanks to Sallievern for the answer:  Ray Bradbury's short story
"Way Up In The Air" in the "Martian Chronicles". Now, does anyone know
where I can get an uncensored copy.


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