The Right to Arm Bears

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Book Title The Right to Arm Bears
Author Name Gordon R Dickson
Publishing house BEAN
Country – city USA
Date of issue 2016
Number of pages 400

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The Right to Arm Bears

Planet Dilbia is in a crucial location for both humans and their adversaries, the Hemnoids.

Therefore making friends with the Dilbians and establishing a human presence there is of the utmost importance, which may be a problem, since the bearlike Dilbians stand some nine feet tall, and have a high regard for physical prowess.

They’re not impressed by human technology, either.

A real man, er, bear doesn’t need machines to do his work for him.

But Dilbians are impressed by sharp thinking, and some have expressed a grudging admiration for the logical (and usually sneaky) mental maneuvers that the human “shorties” have used to get themselves out of desperate jams.

Just maybe that old human craftiness will win over the Dilbians to the human side. If not, humanity loses a nexus, and the Dilbians will learn just how unbearable Hemnoids can be!

The planet Dilbia is in a vital spot for both human and Hemnoid space travel. Both are trying to persuade the Dilbians to work with them to use the planet as a way station.

In the first story, a biologist is drafted into the diplomatic corps to aid the human ambassador to Dilbia.

He sends John Tardy (Half-Pint Posted) to hunt down a Dilbian, the Streamside Terror, who has kidnapped Ty Lamorc (Greasy Face),

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