Nineteen stories from 1957,60,61,62,63,64,67,68,78.
Favorites: “Chronopolis” (1960 novelette) – Clocks and watches are outlawed. One person revolts and starts to wind them up again.
“Billennium” (1961) – The city has thirty million people. It’s not uncommon to be caught for forty-eight hours in a pedestrian jam. One man lives in a cubicle in a stairwell. Then he and his friend discover a large room behind a hidden panel.
“Thirteen For The Centaurus” (1962 novelette) – It’s called The Station. Abel soon discovers it really a starship heading for Alpha Centauri…or is it?
“The Subliminal Man” (1963) – Consumerism is out of control thanks to laws demanding spending. Now huge highway signs are being erected. Their subliminal messages make things that much worse.
“The Drowned Giant” (1964) – The body of a giant washes up on shore. What do the people of a nearby city do with it?
“The Assassination Of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Considered As A Downhill Motor Race” (1966) – Exactly what the title says.