Book Examines Science in a Left-Handed Way

Detail of the cover of David Wolman's book 'A Left-Hand Turn Around the World'

Ten-percent of the world is left-handed. Da Capo Press hide caption

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David Wolman's new book, A Left Hand Turn Around the World, explores the scientific factors that lead to 10 percent of the human race being left-handed. Wolman tells Madeleine Brand about the book.

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Chasing the Mystery And Meaning of All Things Southpaw

by David Wolman

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