Amazon Planet (A book in the United Planets series) by Mack Reynolds

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After a moment, the orderbox said, "We are sorry, there is no such service on Amazonia, Bachelor Thomas. " The voice faded away, leaving him taken aback. In all his career, he had never even heard of a planet which had no method of dispensing fresh news. He shook his head. Could the Amazonians be so self-satisfied with themselves and their way of life that they had no interest in interplanetary affairs? But even so, they'd certainly want to know of the developments on their own world. It was just one more for the book, from a culture that had already surprised him beginning at chapter one.

A common stickup man? " Teucer was shaking his head. "I've read about how things are on Earth, but there's not what you'd call stickup men here in Themiscyra. For all practical purposes, there's no crime. It's all one big crime, maybe, but—" Zeke cut in. "The thing is," he told Guy, "that there's no money. Not like you know it. So it's not much use being a footpad, or whatever it was you called him. All he could get from crisping you would be your watch, your ring. " Guy didn't like this. It added a factor that simply shouldn't have been here.

The voice faded away, leaving him taken aback. In all his career, he had never even heard of a planet which had no method of dispensing fresh news. He shook his head. Could the Amazonians be so self-satisfied with themselves and their way of life that they had no interest in interplanetary affairs? But even so, they'd certainly want to know of the developments on their own world. It was just one more for the book, from a culture that had already surprised him beginning at chapter one. Podner Bates arrived with the breakfast, which was pushed into the room on a small cart powered by a youth of perhaps eighteen.

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