World Lines: Will reason or unreason prevail?

Krauss, Lawrence
November 2008
New Scientist;11/1/2008, Vol. 199 Issue 2680, p48
The author reflects on the situation of the politics in the U.S. He associates science in the current state of politics as the federal election is forthcoming. His views about the political candidates Sarah Palin and John McCain are presented. He emphasizes that people should vote for the candidates who are concerned and aware of the problems and development in science and education.


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