Science Under Siege: Defending Science, Exposing Pseudoscience

Prometheus (2009)
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For more than thirty years, The Skeptical Inquirer has steadfastly championed science and reason. In this new collection of outstanding recent articles, editor Kendrick Frazier has selected some of the best writing on topics of current interest.



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