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Very Good. Type: Ex-Library Text in English (446 pages). Ex-library. Very good condition, tight binding, unmarked pages. Includes beautiful transparent cover. Compared to European science during the period 1846 to 1876, American developments were relatively modest. Yet it was during this period that American science matured and that the infrastructures needed to sustain scientific progress were built. The author focuses on the sociology, economics, and politics of science in the period and the interaction of science with American society and culture. He examines the physical and natural sciences, developments in technology, and the people and institutions that became the basis of the scientific establishment. A much-needed interpretive history of American science. Bookshelf S-75. Keywords: 1846-1876; American; History; Non-Fiction; Reader's Catalog; Science; United States.
Very Good. No DJ Issued. Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Nice copy with No writing, Not ex-library, Not a remainder. Slight wear to cover and small tear at spine. Trade paperback (US). 447 pages. Glued binding. Audience: General/trade.
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