Quote re Modes of War, Origin of Attitudes towards

Tue Dec 14, 2004

“Perhaps instead the techniques of chemistry and biology have seemed unclean and unmanly, the products of ‘odd-ball’ scientists ensconced in laboratories, reflecting perverted scientific ingenuity rather than the bravery of cold steel” (George H. Quester, “Chemical and Biological Warfare.” American Political Science Review 68.3 [Sep. 1974]: 1285).