Derek Bok

Derek C. Bok is President Emeritus and Three Hundredth Anniversary University Professor, Harvard University.

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Cover: The Harvard–MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology: The First 25 Years, 1970–1995The Harvard–MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology: The First 25 Years, 1970–1995Abelmann, Walter H.HARDCOVER03/15/2004$28.00
Cover: The Trouble with GovernmentThe Trouble with GovernmentBok, DerekPAPERBACK03/01/2002$36.00
Cover: The State of the Nation: Government and the Quest for a Better SocietyThe State of the Nation: Government and the Quest for a Better SocietyBok, DerekPAPERBACK03/11/1998$37.50
Cover: Higher LearningHigher LearningBok, DerekPAPERBACK01/01/1988$37.50
Cover: Beyond the Ivory Tower: Social Responsibilities of the Modern UniversityBeyond the Ivory Tower: Social Responsibilities of the Modern UniversityBok, DerekPAPERBACK01/01/1984$49.00
Cover: Living with Nuclear WeaponsLiving with Nuclear WeaponsCarnesale, Albert
Doty, Paul
Hoffmann, Stanley
Huntington, Samuel P.
Nye, Joseph S.
Sagan, Scott D.
HARDCOVER06/01/1983$55.00
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