THE TIME BOOK OF SCIENCE by Jonathan Norton Leonard

THE TIME BOOK OF SCIENCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A compilation of the most pertinent pieces to come from Time magazine during Leonard's years as science editor, ranges from memos to monographs and very understandably plumbs the intricacies of the most important recent developments, from atomic power to the causes of nervous breakdowns. Selections suffer from duplication and eccentricities, but have the earmarks of a Scientific American Reader success.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1955
Publisher: Random House