Volume 323 Issue 6085, 18 September 1986

Opinions

  • Opinion |

    The programme launched in Berne this week to understand the changing environment for human beings on the surface of the Earth is laudable, but needs strong management.

  • Opinion |

    Last week's slump does not presage another Great Crash, but the need to get rid of US deficits.

News

Correspondence

News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Reviews

Commentary

  • Commentary |

    Since 1940 science policy in the United States has been set within the framework of an unwritten constitution that allows flexible responses to be made through advice from the scientific community. Recent developments under the Reagan administration suggest this system is foundering.

    • A. Hunter Dupree

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