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Section15.5References and Suggested Readings

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Edwards, H. “A Short History of the Fields Medal,” Mathematical Intelligencer 1(1978), 127–29.
[2]
  
Feit, W. and Thompson, J. G. “Solvability of Groups of Odd Order,” Pacific Journal of Mathematics 13(1963), 775–1029.
[3]
  
Gallian, J. A. “The Search for Finite Simple Groups,” Mathematics Magazine 49(1976), 163–79.
[4]
  
Gorenstein, D. “Classifying the Finite Simple Groups,” Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society 14(1986), 1–98.
[5]
  
Gorenstein, D. Finite Groups. AMS Chelsea Publishing, Providence RI, 1968.
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Gorenstein, D., Lyons, R., and Solomon, R. The Classification of Finite Simple Groups. American Mathematical Society, Providence RI, 1994.