Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

New year's thoughts, 1968
2
Nineteen hundred and sixties, World politics, United States (Foreign relations)
Too late to plan?
5
Gunnar Myrdal (Swedish economist.); 1898-1987, International relations, Planning, Race relations, United StatesSocial policy
Hope for GCD?
10
Disarmament
World free of want?
16
Economic assistance (Developing countries), Economic development
High priority? research centers in developing nations
22
Colleges and universities (Cooperation), Research (Developing countries, Mexico), Science (International aspects)
Can we build the world we want?
43
Systems management, Technological innovations, United States (Social policy)
Books
50
Charles Arnold Anderson (educator.); 1907-1990, R. L. MEIER, Alice Kimball Smith, James Fulton HOGE, Bertrand Russell (British philosopher.); 1872-1970
Mounting chaos at home
56
United States (Race relations, Social conditions)
Excerpts from BBC on ABM.
59
Nuclear warfare, World politics
Who should support scholarly research?
60
Research (Federal aid), Science and state

What ails world agriculture?
28
Agricultural administration
Need we fear our nuclear future?
36
Nuclear energy (Economic aspects)
On FAS and classified research
63
Colleges and universities (Research), Classified information

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