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An annual survey of books about science addressed to young readers

December 1, 1965 — James R. Newman

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A Christmas survey of new books about science for younger readers

December 1, 1964 — James R. Newman

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Experiments toward a humor of science

September 1, 1964 — James R. Newman

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On the possibility of communicating with intelligent life elsewhere in the universe

February 1, 1964 — James R. Newman

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A Christmas survey of new books about science for young readers

December 1, 1963 — James R. Newman

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The lively story of how Neptune was discovered

March 1, 1963 — James R. Newman

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Two new works on the early history of the nuclear age

August 1, 1962 — James R. Newman

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Lord Russell and Erich Fromm reflect on the probability of human survival

February 1, 1962 — James R. Newman

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How people lived during the flowering of Florence

October 1, 1961 — James R. Newman

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About the rich lore of games played on boards and tables

August 1, 1961 — James R. Newman

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Two discussions of thermonuclear war

March 1, 1961 — James R. Newman

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A Christmas survey of new books about science for younger readers

December 1, 1960 — James R. Newman

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Concerning the diverse lands and peoples of the world's largest desert: the Sahara

November 1, 1960 — James R. Newman

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An examination of the history and the present state of science fiction

July 1, 1960 — James R. Newman

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A naval officer's book on the wandering albatross, the largest of all living birds

February 1, 1960 — James R. Newman

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The tortured life of Blaise Pascal, one of the great minds of all time

December 1, 1959 — James R. Newman

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The tortured life of an influential modern philosopher: the late Ludwig Wittgenstein

August 1, 1959 — James R. Newman

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Erwin Schrodinger discourses on the problem of mind and matter

March 1, 1959 — James R. Newman

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Four approaches to the problem of preventing a third world war

February 1, 1959 — James R. Newman

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A conference on abortion as a disease of societies

January 1, 1959 — James R. Newman
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Scientific American Health & Medicine

Scientific American Health & Medicine