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... But World War II demonstrated that a thriving economy and strong national that science was becoming the single most defense required both a steady stream of important force driving technological, new scientific ideas and a highly educated economic, and societal change. By entering workforce that could extend and apply into a new partnership with science, the those ideas.
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... been undermined and misinformation can easily proliferate. Marcia McNutt After being the major supporter of scientific President, National Academy of Sciences research before World War II, philanthropies were overshadowed by growing governmental Robert Conn support for science in the postwar years.
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