New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1965. Hardcover. viii, 302,  p. 21 cm. Index. This is a penetrating discussion of science and educaiton and their places in modern society as seen by the Special Assistant for Science and Technology to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. The author was Dean of the School of Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The book explores the broad range of scientific and technical issues that confront both a President and the American people. Condition: Good in good dust jacket. DJ has some wear, soiling, edge tears, chips, and ink marks on front.
Keywords: Arms Control, Arms Limitation, FCST, Ballistic Missiles, Nuclear Test Ban, President's Science Advistory Committe, PSAC, R&D, Federal Research and Development, John F. Kennedy, Water Resources, Technological Manpower, Productivity, Industrial Dev