Science for the Layman

B. B.
December 1943
New Republic;12/6/43, Vol. 109 Issue 23, p828
Book Review
Reviews the books "Science at War," by George W. Gray; "A Treasury of Science," edited by Harlow Shapley, Samuel Rapport and Helen Wright.


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