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Opinion: Let’s march to stress the value of science for the public good, not to engage in partisan politics

  1. Catherine Ruddera,1
  1. aSchar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, Arlington, VA 22201
  1. A march for science, done right, will underscore the critical importance of science literacy among the general public. Image courtesy of Dave Cutler (artist).

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