Science and the Planned State

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Science and the Planned State

By John R. Baker
Macmillan, 1945
120 pp. $1.75

This is a vigorous attack on those who hold that scientific research must have social significance and is thus an exposition of the view that scientists must be free from rigid state supervision. The current public debate over the control of atomic energy makes this book especially timely.

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