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Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC
1924. A Pulitzer Prize winning book, Pupin's main objective in this narrative was to describe the rise of idealism in American science and particularly in physical sciences and the related industries. He was a witness to this gradual development and everything he describes was an attempt to qualify as a witness whose testimony has competence and weight.Pupin, Michael is the author of 'From Immigrant to Inventor 1924' with ISBN 9780766143647 and ISBN 0766143643.
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