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October 1997 (Volume 6, Number 9)

APS and AIP Win Court Decision

Federal District Court Judge Leonard Sand has ruled completely in favor of the APS and AIP in a suit brought by Gordon and Breach. The judge found no basis for G&B's complaints about publication and dissemination of the 1988 Barschall study that analyzed cost effectiveness of physics journals. In that study, APS and AIP journals came out high and G&B's among the lowest. More information can be found in the October 1997 issue of Physics Today and in McIlrath's Q&A on page 2.

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October 1997 (Volume 6, Number 9)

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Articles in this Issue
New Survey Reveals APS Members Unaware of Many Outreach Programs
APS and AIP Win Court Decision
Inside the Beltway: Sailing Against the Tide?
McIlrath Maintains Fiscal Health Amid Rapid Economic Changes
Optical Spectroscopy, Modeling Techniques Featured at 1997 Shock Compression Meeting
in Brief
Students Find Summer Internships With ISIP; Program Discontinued
Ippen and Shank to Be Honored at ILS-XIII
APS Views
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Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
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