restricted access   Volume 73, Number 3, Fall 2006

Table of Contents

Politics and Science: How Their Interplay Results in Public Policy

Editor’s Introduction

pp. v-vi

Editor's Note

p. vi

I. Recent History: The Emerging Conflict between Politics and Science


pp. 733-736

Science Policy in the United States: A Commentary on the State of the Art

pp. 737-752

Cholera Outbreaks and Ocean Climate

pp. 753-760

What’s New about the Politics of Science?

pp. 761-778

II. Health


pp. 781-784

The Permanent Limits of Modern Science—: From Birth to Death

pp. 785-804

The Politics of Health Care

pp. 805-818

Science, Religion, and the Politics of Stem Cells

pp. 819-834

Abstinence-Only Education: Politics, Science, and Ethics

pp. 835-858

III. Keynote Address

Politics and Science: A Series of Lessons

pp. 861-874

IV. The Environment


pp. 877-879

Science and Environmental Policy: The Role of Nongovernmental Organizations

pp. 881-890

Environmental Science and Public Policy

pp. 891-914

Environmental Science Input to Public Policy

pp. 915-948

Can We Still Avoid Dangerous Human-Made Climate Change?

pp. 949-971

V. Energy: Technology and Sources of Power


pp. 975-979

An Energy Revolution for the Greenhouse Century

pp. 981-1000

Science, Policy, and Politics: Comparing and Contrasting Issues in Energy and the Environment

pp. 1001-1010

Climate Change and Nuclear Power

pp. 1011-1024

VI. Roundtable Discussion


pp. 1027-1028

Ethics, Politics, and Genetic Knowledge

pp. 1029-1032

Some Thoughts on Politics and Science

pp. 1033-1036

Science and Citizenship

pp. 1037-1041

Translating Good Science into Good Policy: The Us Factor

pp. 1043-1048

Creating a Broader Political Center for Science and Policy

pp. 1049-1056

The Principles of Public Engagement: At the Nexus of Science, Public Policy Influence, and Citizen Education

pp. 1057-1063

Notes on Contributors

pp. c3-c4