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Dexter Masters

Dexter Masters (1909-89) was a prolific writer and international bestselling author who helped found the Consumer's Union. His legacy includes heading the first task force to publicize the dangers of smoking as well as being among the first to draw attention to the worldwide threat posed by the atomic bomb. Katharine Way (1903-95) was a pioneering nuclear physicist who helped establish the journals "Nuclear Data Sheets" and "Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables". Based in Washington, D.C., The...See more