Science and Research

Singer, Rolf
November 1941
New Republic;11/17/41, Vol. 105 Issue 20, p659
Presents information on political influence upon scientific research in the Soviet Union. Discussion of scientific works popular in Russia, which would have a great bearing on Soviet economy and politics; View that in some fields the results of Russian research work have been remarkable, in others mediocre; Details of works of several scientists in the Soviet Union; Fact that for the success every research in the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin, Soviet Premier, and the Communist Party wants to take credit; Decrease in the number of students and instructors as a result of new laws in the Soviet Union; Use of scientific press for political propaganda; Reluctance of science scholars to come up against these propaganda; Opinion of Soviet scholars on dialectical materialism as a method of research; Relations of scientific activity and political structure.


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