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Air Bags, Safety, and Social Experiments
Air Bags, Safety, and Social Experiments
Secondary Title Research, Ethics, and Society

Added01/01/2013

Updated08/05/2016

Author(s) Karin Ellison Karen Wellner
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Year 2013
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