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Science and National Security

DuBridge, Lee A. (1954) Science and National Security. Science, 120 (3131). pp. 1081-1085. ISSN 0036-8075. doi:10.1126/science.120.3131.1081.

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We are sometimes inclined to think that the phenomenon of science being of service to the nation is a new development of recent years-say since 1940. However, science has always been a national asset and has always been in the nation's service. Science and technology have been among the decisive influences that have improved the lot of the common people and thus made this nation fine and strong.

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Additional Information:© 1954 American Association for the Advancement of Science. Based on an address delivered at the dedication of the new building of the Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University, Silver Spring, Md., on 16 Oct. 1954.
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Deposited By: Tony Diaz
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