Alexander Graham Bell is best remembered as the father of the telephone. But a science journalist found evidence that the credit actually belongs to a lesser known inventor. He presents the surprising story behind one of history’s most important and lucrative inventions

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  • Seth Shulman author, editor, and journalist specializing in issues in science, technology, and the environment. His most recent books include "Unlocking the Sky" and "Owning the Future."

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