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Phantom Risk: Scientific Inference and the Law

A fascinating collection of in-depth case studies examining how unsettled scientific disputes have aroused public fears and led to legal mayhem, Phantom Risk brings together distinguished scientific experts to describe today's most complicated scientific controversies and their legal results.

Edited by Peter W. Huber, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Kenneth R. Foster, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania; David E. Bernstein, Professor, George Mason University School of Law (MIT Press, 1993)



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