Secret Science: Federal Control of American Science and Technology

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INDEX
Adleman, Leonard, 119
Adler, Alan, 131
Advanced cruise missile, 30
Aftergood, Stephen, 199-200
Airbus, 212
Air Force Management Analysis Group, 175
Alamagordo, New Mexico, 56, 58
Allen, Kenneth, 148, 161, 175
Allen, Lew, Jr., 110, 162
Alsop, Joseph W., 70
Alvarez, Luis Walter, 75
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 85, 154
Amlie, Tom, 30
Armed Forces Security Agency, 105
Armed Services Patent Advisory Board, 126
Arms Export Control Act, 116, 156- 57
Army Security Agency, 104
Aspin, Les, 29-30
Athanasiou, Tom, 124, 130
Atkinson, Richard, 119
Atlantis, 12
Atomic bomb: Hollywood, 58-62; Office of Censorship, 49-58
Atomic Energy Act, 3, 62-69; ITAR, 115; patents, 167; prior restraint, 80, 84, 90, 91; Topaz II reactor, 200; UCNI, 172
Atomic Energy Commission, 25, 39, 69-82
Atomic Industrial Forum, 68
Avrorim, Yevgeny, 195-96
Bacon, Francis, 1
Baer, Arthur "Bugs," 56
Baker, James, 195-96, 199
Baldridge, Malcolm, 161
Bamford, James, 21, 100, 106, 135
Bancroft, Harding, 110
Barrett, Wayne, 67
Baum, Werner, 126
The Beginning or the End, 59-62
Bell, Griffin, 84-85, 88-90
Bell, James, 213
Bentsen, Lloyd, 214
Berlin, Alexander, 197
Berman, Jerry, 144
Berry, John, 180
Bethe, Hans, 79
Bickel, Alexander, 81
Biddle, Jack, 162
Bidzos, D. James, 136
Bingaman, Jeff, 207

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents iv
  • Chapter 1 Science and the National Security State 1
  • Chapter 2 National Security Controls on Science 19
  • Chapter 3 Atomic Secrets 49
  • Chapter 4 Cryptography: A Government Monopoly in Science 97
  • Chapter 5 Not Quite Classified 143
  • Selected Bibliography 219
  • Index 221
  • About the Author 229
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