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Symposium: Dorothy Ross - American Social Scientists and the Myth of Progress

Created 3 October 1980; Published 4 June 2008

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Dorothy Ross gives a talk about social sciences in the 19th century at the Authority of Experts Symposium in Fall 1980. Her talk is entitled "American Social Scientists and the Myth of Progress."

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