Strauss, Mark
February 1996
New Republic;2/19/96, Vol. 214 Issue 8, p16
Examines the stand of the Republicans in the U.S. Congress on the issue of government funding for science research. Allegation of duplicity against U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich on the issue of science funding; Allegation that science budget proposal of the Republicans will reduce science funding between 1996 and 2002; Details on the Republicans view about science and the future of the U.S.; Distinction between applied science and basic science; Focus of the Republicans on funding basic science research.


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