Lincoln Barnett

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Lincoln Bamett, former writer at Life, is best known for works explaining the world of science to laymen. He last appeared in AMERICAN HERITAGE in April, 1965, with “The Voice Heard Round the World,” on Alexander Graham Bell.

Articles by this Contributor

April 1965

"My God, it talks!” said the Emperor of Brazil. So the new invention did—but not until Alexander Graham Bell and his assistant had solved some brain racking problems

December 1971

The law was against the poor printer. The governor wanted his scalp. His attorneys were disbarred. Could anything save him—and free speech?