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Engineering and Science, Volume 26:3, December 1962

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Table of Contents

Features:

Some Misconceptions About Disarmament
1. Limited nuclear war is feasible. 2. The United States desires and is prepared to implement disarmament. 3. A United States shelter program is desirable. 4. The United States must not recognize Red China.
by Richard P. Schuster, Jr.

The Values of Science
Science not only has great practical value, but it is interesting, exciting, and valuable for its own sake. For example—
by L. A. DuBridge

Research in Progress
Plant Flowering

Campus News:

The Month at Caltech

Student Life
Interhouse Dance
by Richard Karp '64

Personals

Alumni News

Item Type:Journal Issue
Record Number:CaltechES:26.3.0
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Deposited By: Ms. Jessica DiPalma
Deposited On:09 Aug 2005
Last Modified:26 Dec 2012 05:08

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