Science Advice and the Presidency, 1933-1976, Volume 2

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George Washington University, 1977 - Presidents - 2024 pages

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What an insightful look into the history of the Presidency not only accepting but elevating Science and Technology Policy advice to the forefront of that institution's agenda. This book teaches members of congress (House and Senate) the importance and the nuances of addressing matters of science and evolving technology to get them on the radar of the appropriate White House personnel. You can tell this man was a total insider, yet non-biased by politics; driven only by a desire to see the matters of S&T taken seriously and addressed appropriately for decades to come! A timeless learning experience!  

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