Can we afford less knowledge?

Bright, Chris
January 1996
World Watch;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p2
Editorial. Comments on the decision of the US Congress to abolish federal research agencies that are sources of information vital to the nation. Closure of the agencies as part of a cost-cutting measure; Abolition of the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA); Plans to shut down the US Bureau of Mines.


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