At head of title: Communication in the modern world.
|Other titles||Communication in the modern world.|
|Statement||by Sir James Gray. Why scientists talk, by Hermann Bondi. The gap, and the bridge, by Sir John Wolfenden.|
|Series||The British Association/Granada Guildhall lectures,, 1961|
|Contributions||Bondi, Hermann., Wolfenden, John Frederick, Baron Wolfenden of Westcott.|
|LC Classifications||Q223 .G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||78010088|
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