SCIENCE AND SOCIAL NEEDS by Julian Huxley

SCIENCE AND SOCIAL NEEDS

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

A practical scientist analyzes the contributions that science has made and is making to daily living, -- to problems of food, shelter, clothing, war, peace, industry, economic security, social betterment. An exciting book, crammed with facts the general public scarcely knows. And a book that inspires interest and enthusiasm and that gives an intelligent viewpoint on what is helping make the world go round. A book that most people will find stimulating, and that should appeal to men and women, and to older boys and girls.

Pub Date: Feb. 6th, 1935
Publisher: Harper