Minerva 38 (4):363-391 (2000)

American scientists acceded to the imposition of secrecy in a pragmatic andpatriotic adjustment to the context of the Cold War. Scientists and managersin the national laboratory system accommodated the demands of nationalsecurity within a classified community, composed of a system of secretconferences, publications, and interlocking committees
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