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The East is read

Naturevolume 256pages608610 (1975) | Download Citation

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To explore one important facet of the visible tip of the iceberg of Chinese science, S. Dedijer and B. Billgren ask: what was the effect of the Cultural Revolution on Scientia Sinica, the principal journal of the Chinese Academy of Sciences? How and to what extent has politics caused it to depart from the international scientific tradition?

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