The Legacy Of Autism Science writer Steve Silberman talks about how different factors — including Nazi extermination plans and a (now discredited) journal article about vaccines — have shaped our current understanding of autism. His book 'NeuroTribes' is now out in paperback. [Originally broadcast Sept. 2015] Film critic David Edelstein reviews 'Sully,' directed by Clint Eastwood.
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The Legacy Of Autism

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The Legacy Of Autism

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Science writer Steve Silberman talks about how different factors — including Nazi extermination plans and a (now discredited) journal article about vaccines — have shaped our current understanding of autism. His book 'NeuroTribes' is now out in paperback. [Originally broadcast Sept. 2015] Film critic David Edelstein reviews 'Sully,' directed by Clint Eastwood.