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

Two challenges: the poor at home and abroad
2
Poor, United States (Social conditions)
Toward a new American program for peace
4
United States (Appropriations and expenditures, Defenses, Social policy)
Conservative judgments and missile madness
6
Nuclear disarmament, Guided missiles (Defenses)
Panama junction
12
Canals (Central America), Panama (Politics and government), Panama Canal
Social control and individual freedom
16
Individual and society, Man (Influence on nature), United States (Social policy)
War in the shadow of the H-bomb
43
Nuclear warfare, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Strategy), United States (Military policy)
Future for women in science and engineering
46
Women (Employment), Women engineers, Women scientists
Improper university research
50
Colleges and universities (Research)
Scientists speak out
50
Federation of American Scientists
Irresponsible arms competition
50
United States (Military policy)

Management by government: science and technology in Britain
22
Science (Great Britain), Science and state, Technology
Defense preparations in India and China
28
Technology, China (Defenses), India (Defenses)
Universities act on the Institute for defense analyses
40
Institute for Defense Analyses
AEC information control regulations
41
United States Atomic Energy Commission
Withdraw missile submarines?
51
Nuclear disarmament, Guided missiles (Launching from submarines)
Automation: a study of local union leaders
52
Labor unions, Technological unemployment
Is science morally sterile?
54
Science (Social aspects), Science and civilization

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