This is the last book written by renowned American
astronomer and science popularizer Carl Sagan before his death in
1996.The book is a collection of essays Sagan wrote covering diverse
topics like global warming, the population explosion, extraterrestrial
life, morality, and the abortion debate. The last chapter is an account
of his struggle with myelodysplasia, the disease which finally took his
life in December 1996. Sagan's wife, Ann Druyan, wrote the epilogue of
the book after his death.
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