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Book Review


Mortal Choices

Thomas Traut

A review of Matters of Life and Death: Perspectives on Public Health, Molecular Biology, Cancer and the Prospects for the Human Race, by John Cairns.

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A Dark Mirror

Michael McVaugh

A review of The Black Death and the Transformation of the West, edited by David Herlihy and Samuel K. Cohn Jr.

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Logic Lite

Michael Resnik

A review of The Logic of Medicine 2nd ed., by Edmond A. Murphy.

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The Pill's Precursors

Allen Killam

A review of Eve's Herbs, by John M. Riddle.

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Breaking Away

Margaret Eisenhart

A review of Talking About Leaving: Why Undergraduates Leave the Sciences, by Elaine Seymour and Nancy Hewitt.

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Fundamentally Flawed

Richard Stubbing

A review of Fundable Knowledge: The Marketing of Defense Technology, by A. D. Van Nostrand.

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Tiny Enemies, Feeble Crusade: Excerpts from A Melancholy Scene of Devastation, The Gospel of Germs and Mad Dogs

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E. O. Wilson's Consilience: A Noble, Unifying Vision, Grandly Expressed

Charles Gillispie

A review of Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, by Edward O. Wilson.

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How Psychiatry Sought Asylum From the Insanity of Eugenics

Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr.

A review of Keeping America Sane: Psychiatry and Eugenics in the United States and Canada, 1880-1940, by Ian Robert Dowbiggin.

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Body of Knowledge

Stephen Kahler

A review of Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Renato Dulbecco, editor-in-chief.

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