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

Protests and problems
322
Communism and democracy, Intellectual liberty, Freedom of science
Offensive or defensive weapons?
325
Soviet Union (Foreign relations), United States (Armed Forces, Appropriations and expenditures, Defenses)
Scientists and the press
328
Scientific journalism, Journalism, Scientific literature
Treat reporters as gentlemen
329
Victor Cohn; 1919-2000
Knowledge for man's sake
330
Philip Wylie; 1902-1971
Federal funds for science
345
National Science Foundation (U.S.), Scientific research (Federal aid)
Current comment
348
Nuclear energy (Laws and regulations), Freedom of information
UNESCO defended but technical assistance curtailed
349
Unesco, United States National Commission for Unesco
American leaders speak on Soviet h-bomb and American defense
351
Nuclear warfare (Defenses), Hydrogen bombs, United States (Defenses)
Britain
352
Nuclear weapons (Testing)

Know the facts
331
Anton Julius Carlson; 1875-1956
Neither is perfect
332
Waldemar Bernhard KAEMPFFERT
Scientists as sleuths
334
Eugene I. RABINOWITCH
Communicating science
337
Science Service (Organization), Communication in science, Science clubs
Censorship
352
Censorship
French production
352
Plutonium
Radar arcs
352
Radar (Military use)
New AEC general manager
352
Lewis L. Strauss; 1896-1974

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