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Disability Dialogues: Advocacy, Science, and Prestige in Postwar Clinical Professions. (/isis/citation/CBB207448799/) unapi

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Expertise, a Framework for our Most Characteristic Asset and Most Basic Inequality. Spontaneous Generations (pp. 27-35). (/isis/citation/CBB995485726/) unapi

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How to Train Your Analyst. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 123-127). (/isis/citation/CBB495074505/) unapi

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SAGE advice and political decision-making: ‘Following the science’ in times of epistemic uncertainty. Social Studies of Science (pp. 53-78). (/isis/citation/CBB466460955/) unapi

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