March 4 Scientists, Students, and Society
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Publisher: MIT Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
A movement of scientists and students concerned about the misuse of science and the proper relation between science and society, beginning to a large extent at M.I.T. and spreading rapidly to other campuses, emerged as a public force "March 4." Sponsored on the M.I.T. campus by the Union of Concerned Scientists, this was a positiveprotest and the time was used in intensive examination of alternatives. It differed in other ways from many recent forms of protest. It was planned from the start as a joint effort between faculty and students. And the protesters-students and Nobel Laureates alike-set out to examine what could actuallybe done-done now or in reasonable time-by taking fully into More...
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