Philosophy of Science 58 (1):125-128 (1991)

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Peter Urbach
London School of Economics
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Mayo (1987) sought to discredit Urbach's (1985) arguments against randomization as a universal requirement in clinical and agricultural trials. The present reply rebuts Mayo's criticisms.
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