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American ScientistAn exceptionally well-written and cleverly crafted exposition of what both speculative and mainstream science had to say about the nature of Mars and the beings that might inhabit it. . . . . The book is a must-read for any historian or scientist who cares about what, how and why, and to what extent, cultural forces shape both scientific knowledge and public reaction to it.
— David DeVorkin