Watson, along with Berry, have produced a significant and fascinating history of genetic science in a very clear and sufficiently non-technical. The book surprised and enlightened me. Of particular interest is how science has been used throughout recent social history and how political agendas and economic greed can adversely effect the development of good science. I recommend it to anyone who has a curiosity about life and the fundamentals upon which it is built as well as those who value history and wish to learn from it.
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