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Classic Book Review


Food Production and Its Consequences

Margaret Dittemore

A 1978 review of Food Production and Its Consequences, by Philip E. L. Smith

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Doctors Wanted: No Women Need Apply and The Hidden Malpractice

Elizabeth C. Patterson

A 1978 review of Doctors Wanted: No Women Need Apply: Sexual Barriers in the Medical Profession, 1835–1975, by Mary Roth Walsh, and The Hidden Malpractice:How American Medicine Treats Women as Patients and Professionals, by Gena Corea

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Classic Book Reviews: The Early Years

Anna Lena Phillips

We take a look back at reviews published during the first 20 years of the Scientists' Bookshelf

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The Sea Around Us, by Rachel L. Carson

Kirtley F. Mather

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Composition of Scientific Words, by Roland Wilbur Brown

Harry M. Hubbell

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The Genetic Code, by Isaac Asimov

Thomas H. Jukes

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