volume 79, issue 40, P477-477 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00360
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Abstract: U.S. Rep. Verne Ehlers (R‐Mich.) often mentions that the end of the Cold War brought the United States into its third “mega‐era” of science policy. The first period stretched until World War II. The second period was defined by the Cold War, which was influenced by Vannevar Bush's 1945 study, “Science: The Endless Frontier.” That document urged the federal government to fund research in support of national security, public health, and economic strength.

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