Eons after the last nuclear war, humans have become the inferior race. Cities have become segregated, and robots rule the world. The robots did have a sense of justice, though. If a human could score high enough on an annual test, he could move up in society. There was a catch, though. The test was so slanted toward robot mentality and knowledge, a human didn't have a chance. Then James P. Crow (not his real name) arrives on the scene with his window that sees into the past and the future.
Philip K. Dick takes a real shot at a social injustice that existed in America when this short story, read by award-winning narrator Mike Vendetti, appeared in the May 1954 issue of Planet Stories.
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