Scientists increasingly rely on the public to help them with their research. For this month’s Environmental Outlook, a look at the growing use of citizens scientists to track birds, map the universe and monitor climate change.
In 1977, former CIA agent Frank Snepp published a scathing critique of the CIA’s actions in the last days of the Vietnam war. His new book, “Irreparable Harm” (Random House), tells the story of the legal battle that followed and took him all the way to the Supreme Court.
- Frank Snepp former CIA agent and author
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