The Debate Over Scientists Social Responsibility Is A Topic Of Great Controversy Today Peter J Kuznick Here Traces The Origin Of That Debate To The 1930s And Places It In A Context That Forces A Reevaluation Of The Relationship Between Science And Politics In Twentieth Century America Kuznick Reveals How An Influential Segment Of The American Scientific Community During The Depression Era Underwent A Profound Transformation In Its Social Values And Political Beliefs, Replacing A Once Pervasive Conservatism And Antipathy To Political Involvement With A New Ethic Of Social Reform.
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- 374 pages
- Beyond the Laboratory: Scientists as Political Activists in 1930's America
- Peter Kuznick
- 20 April 2018 Peter Kuznick