"Astounding Science-Fiction", March 1940 (ed John W Campbell, Jr) (magazine, free): Annotated table of contents
Table of contents.
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- [novelette] Nat Schachner's "Cold": Two worlds dependent utterly on one mine--& the mine gives out! The warmth of two worlds' friendship freezes in the cold of a tiny world--"
- [novelette] L Sprague de Camp's "The Emancipated": "Johnny Black & Company--& what company! Johnny learns to talk, but when McGinty the ape starts--"
- [ss] P Schuyler Miller's "In the Good Old Summertime": "He liked heat--was sure he'd like even the hear of a Venus summer, while he set up his kingdom. But a drying mud-puddle meant--"
- [ss] A M Phillips' "Chapter from the Beginning": "Half a jawbone & the end of a tooth are clues to a new pre-man. But how many species have we missed--how many unknown half-men--"
- [ss] Willard E Hawkins' "The Dwindling Sphere": "The inventor figured it was a failure. It was an overwhelming success--a success that overwhelmed the Earth--"
- [serial - part 2/2] Robert Heinlein's "If This Goes On--": "Astounding's second Nova story--one of the most powerful novels of dictatorship science-fiction has produced."