Manipulated Science: The Crisis of Science and Scientists in the Soviet Union Today

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Manipulated Science: The Crisis of Science and Scientists in the Soviet Union Today

By Mark Popovsky
Doubleday, 1979
242 pp. $10.95
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A former popular science writer in the Soviet Union now resident in America tells how the scientific establishment in the U.S.S.R. has lost its birthright of creativity through subordination to the demands of the system. The author does not explore the broader effects of this state of affairs on the economy and the international position of the U.S.S.R.

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