Opinion: In advocating against or endorsing a presidential candidate, editors of leading science journals "made a grave error" argues via
Science journal editors shouldn't contribute to politicizing science - STAT
Opinion: Editors’ ultimate allegiance should be to a process — the scientific method — not to a person or a party.
Opinion: This election is a crucial opportunity to reclaim public health and science leadership in this country, all the more reason why science journal editors should cleave tightly to core scientific principles that will outlast politics.
Science journal editors shouldn't contribute to politicizing science - STAT
Opinion: Why the world's leading scientific journals shouldn't be wading into presidential politics. via
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A few comments on this thoughtful piece by . * All the science journals that have endorsed Biden agree that they should be politically neutral in ordinary times. * They all argue that these are not ordinary times.
An argument from that, even in the current extremis, scientific and medical journal editors should not endorse candidates in political races.
God forbid that the editor of Floor Coverings Monthly is biased in favor of rugs, or that the editor of Science is biased in favor of science.
Agreed. "In advocating against or endorsing a presidential candidate, these [journal] editors made a grave error. In taking this extraordinary step, they…succumbed to the politicization of science that they and many other scientists find so alarming."
Shud science journal editors contribute to politicizing science? via