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The New Politics of Science is a 1984 book by David Dickson. The book is about the political relationships which affect science funding. Dickson argues that decisions about science are becoming concentrated in a closed circle of corporate, banking, and military leaders and that America's scientific enterprise is being steadily removed from public decision-making.
Dickson was Washington correspondent for the British weekly journal Nature and European correspondent for the journal Science.