By Allan A. Needell

This publication illuminates how Berkner grew to become a version that produced the scientist/advisor/policymaker that helped construct post-war the US. It does so by means of offering a close account of the non-public ideals of 1 of the main influential figures within the American clinical neighborhood; a determine that helped outline the political and social climates that existed within the usa throughout the chilly War.

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