The economics of strikes and revolts during early space colonization: a preliminary analysis

by Mark Myron Hopkins

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Strikes and revolts can have devastating consequences. In extreme cases the entire space colonization system, including the accumulated output of satellite solarpower stations, can be destroyed. Fortunately, appropriate design and administrative policies can reduce the problem to manageable proportions.

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