Eisenhower and `my scientists.'

Hoxie, R. Gordon
September 1990
National Forum;Fall90, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p9
Recounts United States President Dwight Eisenhower's contribution to the sciences on the occasion of his birth centennial. Establishment of the White House science advisory system; Relationship with the scientists in the advisory committee; Differentiation between staff and advisory bodies.


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