Catfishing is a guessing game built from Wikipedia articles. Given a list
of all the categories that an article belongs to, you must guess which article it's describing.
Here's your first one:
|California politicians||United States Navy officers||Worldcon Guests of Honor|
|People from Kansas City||1988 deaths||American novelists|
|California writers||American science fiction writers||Hugo Award winning authors|
|Deaths from cardiovascular disease||Missouri writers||United States Naval Academy graduates|
|American science writers||Colorado politicians||Deaths from emphysema|
|Social Crediters||American short story writers||Science Fiction Hall of Fame|
|Futurologists||People from California||Libertarian science fiction writers|
|SFWA Grand Masters||People from Missouri||American libertarians|
|1907 births||People from Colorado||American anti-communists|
That was Robert A. Heinlein
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