The effectiveness of scientific advice to government [sound recording] : a lecture series at the University of California, Santa Barbara / 1976.

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Bullard, Edward Crisp, Sir, 1907-1980. The effectiveness of scientific advice to government [sound recording] : a lecture series at the University of California, Santa Barbara / 1976.

The effectiveness of scientific advice to government [sound recording] : a lecture series at the University of California, Santa Barbara / 1976.

Lecture series given at University of California, Santa Barbara on the effectiveness of scientific advice to government, organized by Lawrence Badash in 1976. His description stated that very few of the speakers actually discussed effectiveness, so topics vary by individual. Speakers include: Lee A. Dubridge, Emanuel R. Piore, Charles Townes, Richard Maudlin, Herbbert York, A. A. Post, Edward Bullard, and Edward Teller.

8 sound cassettes(8 hrs.) : analog, mono. ; 4 in.

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