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Philip M. Boffey • 2 Books
The Brain Bank of America (1975)
An Inquiry into the Politics of Science
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Published Reviews
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    Raiding The Academy (Review)
    The Brain Bank of America, by Philip M. Boffey
    1. The Brain Bank of America by Philip M. Boffey
    Reason, November 1977, pp. 37-39
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    Political Booknotes (9 Reviews)
    The Brain Bank of America, by Philip M. Boffey
    1. The Brain Bank of America by Philip M. Boffey
    2. The Forest Killers by Jack Shepherd
    3. I Don't Need You When I'm Right by Victor Gold
    4. King Cancer by Philip Nobile
    5. Laws Against Marijuana by Arthur D. Hellman
    6. Making Democracy Safe for Oil by Christopher T. Rand
    7. Power, Influence and Authority by David V.J. Bell
    8. The Reaffirmation of Republicanism by Gary W. Reichard
    9. The United States and Chile by James F. Petras and Morris Morley
    The Washington Monthly, June 1975, pp. 63-66
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. A World Destroyed by Martin J. Sherwin
    2. Law and Responsibility in Warfare by Peter D. Trooboff
    3. The Control of Naval Armaments by Barry M. Blechman
    4. The Arms Trade and International Systems by Robert E. Harkavy
    5. New Dynamics in National Strategy
    6. The Israeli Army, 1948-73 by Edward Luttwak and Dan Horowitz
    7. The Indian Ocean and the Threat to the West by Patrick H. Wall
    8. Urban Guerilla by Johan Niezing
    9. The Brain Bank of America by Philip M. Boffey
    10. Organizing Science for Technology Transfer in Economic Development by Robert A. Solo
    11. Science and Society by Nicholas H. Steneck
    12. Safeguards Against Nuclear Proliferation
    Foreign Affairs, October 1975, pp. 183-184