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Fascinating book about the many scientists who are the brain trust of many of the developments in the sixties through the present. Read morePublished 8 months ago by mjpcal
Fascinating-not all sponsors know the detailed history-very valuable also-sets the stage for scientific folks who would like to be invited into the clubPublished 14 months ago by Jay
...but a damn good expose for those who know who they are & know something about 'em. Very strong recommend!Published 17 months ago by READERMANWC
This was a great book to read. The style is a little unconventional, with the author often discussing her interviews with Jasons as she writes about them - it works, though, since... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Andrew E McBurney
I have just begun reading this book. I had never heard of the Jasons before this. It so far is very interesting.Published 23 months ago by Susan
Introduced an aspect of history that was completely unfamiliar to me. I thought it was well documented, clearly written and has relevance to lack of transparency in the current... Read morePublished 23 months ago by mike murphy
Excellent Quality, Timely Receipt, Excellent Price. Will definitely use again and recommend to associates.
Dr. John N. Parrigin, CPP, CFE
Arrived on time. Nice quality, brand new.
The book is a well-written non fiction post-war history book on a secret organization solving most hardass problems for DoD. Read more