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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 9, Number 5, September-October 2003

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Risk Assessment in the Courtroom
pp. 1101-1103(3)
Author: Corn, Morton

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The Red Book Committee: Creative Conflict
pp. 1113-1118(6)
Author: Davies, J. Clarence

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The Red Book in Historical Context
pp. 1119-1127(9)
Author: Merrill, Richard A.

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Reflections on the Red/Mis-Read Book, 20 Years After
pp. 1145-1154(10)
Author: North, D. Warner

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What Happened to the Red Book's Second Most Important Recommendation?
pp. 1169-1180(12)
Author: Rodricks, Joseph V.

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Going Beyond the Red Book: The Sociopolitics of Risk
pp. 1181-1190(10)
Author: Slovic, Paul

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Impressions on Risk: The Forest or the Tree?
pp. 1191-1195(5)
Author: Weisburger, Elizabeth K.

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The Red Book in Context: Science at the Center
pp. 1197-1202(6)
Author: Anderson, Elizabeth L.

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How the Risk Commission Evolved from the Red Book
pp. 1213-1217(5)
Author: Charnley, Gail

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The Impact of 20 Years of Risk Assessment on Public Health
pp. 1219-1228(10)
Authors: De Rosa, Christopher T.; Hansen, Hugh

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The "Red Book" and Other Risk Assessment Milestones
pp. 1229-1238(10)
Author: Doull, John

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A 20-Year Perspective on the Development of Non-Cancer Risk Assessment Methods
pp. 1239-1252(14)
Authors: Dourson, Michael; Patterson, Jacqueline

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Too Much of the "Red Book" is Still (!) Ahead of its Time
pp. 1253-1271(19)
Author: Finkel, Adam M.

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The Red Book: A Reassessment of Risk Assessment
pp. 1273-1281(9)
Author: Goldman, Lynn R.

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Risk Characterization and the Red Book
pp. 1283-1289(7)
Author: Goldstein, Bernard D.

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The Red Book, a Red Herring, and the Red Tape: A European Perspective
pp. 1291-1295(5)
Author: Grandjean, Philippe

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The Red Book, Risk Assessment, and Policy Analysis: The Road Not Taken
pp. 1297-1306(10)
Authors: Hattis, Dale; Goble, Rob

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Offspring of Red Book: The Euthanized DHHS White Paper
pp. 1307-1315(9)
Author: Johnson, Barry L.

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The Risk Assessment Paradigm as a Blueprint for Environmental Research
pp. 1337-1348(12)
Authors: Patton, Dorothy E.; Huggett, Robert J.

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The Evolution of Frameworks for Ecological Risk Assessment from the Red Book Ancestor
pp. 1349-1360(12)
Authors: Suter II, Glenn W.; Norton, Susan B.; Barnthouse, Lawrence W.

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Risk, Emotion, and Reason: Postscript to the Red Book
pp. 1361-1371(11)
Author: Travis, Curtis

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Impacts of the Red Book
pp. 1373-1382(10)
Author: Walker, Bailus

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Happenings
pp. 1391-1393(3)

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Errata
pp. 1395-1395(1)

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