Time to Stop Baiting Scientists

Condon, E. U.
February 1958
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Feb1958, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p80
The article presents the author's experience regarding the political abuse of the personnel security system to blight the relations of the loyal American scientists and their government. The author explains about being under steady political attack for seven years and argues that the American government should make honorable amends to beleaguered scientists.


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