Warefare, genetics, and aggression: diagnosis and prescription [review of Genetic Seeds of Warfare: Evolution, Nationalism, and Patriotism, by R. Paul Shaw and Yuwa Wong and Aggression: The Myth of the Beast Within, by John Klama]
Hoffman, Thomas J.
Politics and the Life Sciences 1990 February; 8(2): 268-271
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Commentaries on the Uses and Abuses of Genetic Knowledge [review of EXPLODING THE GENE MYTH: HOW GENETIC INFORMATION IS PRODUCED AND MANIPULATED BY SCIENTISTS, PHYSICIANS, EMPLOYERS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, EDUCATORS AND LAW ENFORCERS, by Ruth Hubbard and Elijah Wald; and GENES AND HUMAN SELF-KNOWLEDGE: HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS ON MODERN GENETICS, edited by Robert F. Weir, Susan C. Lawrence, and Evan Fales] Bonnicksen, Andrea L. (1995-09)
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