Science is Not Enough

January 1977
New Republic;1/15/77, Vol. 176 Issue 3, p19
Profiles U.S. scientist Harold Brown, who has been appointed as the Secretary of Defense by U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Details of the education and career background of Brown; Increase in the interdependence of politics and science; Opinion of the author that Brown is incapable of executing his duties in the capacity of the Secretary of Defense; Discussion on the implications of the successes of limited nature achieved by Brown.


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