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Science Next: Innovation for the Common Good from the Center for American Progress

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“As we turn the page on eight years of cynical science policy in the White House, Science Next is exactly the book we need, with more provocative ideas per ounce than any volume you are likely to read this year.”--Michael Pollan, author of In Defense of Food

Science Next addresses important topics in science policy in prose that is beautifully written, clear, and to the p
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 1st 2009 by Bellevue Literary Press
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Daniel Harris
The title is a bit misleading. The book discusses the significant areas of the United States system (economics, education, etc.) that need to be fixed. It discusses to some degree the science that will help to repair them, but the majority of the book is pointing out truths that the vast population (including me) is unaware of. It is a book that will awaken the American population to the changes that must come, and to the pitfalls of the American system. For that reason I would recommend reading ...more
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