I recently wrote an answer on a question and I would infer from the responses that there is not widespread awareness of the context of the development of QM and its various interpretations.
Instead, the physics community has attempted to settle broadly on a Copenhagen interpretation that many people find totally unsatisfactory, despite it's internal popularity in physics, and widespread teaching to new entrants to the field.
Since the matter is fresh in my mind, I happen to have stumbled upon a few relatively recent articles from a physicist called Freire, who remarks on the general cultural attitude of the physics community in the latter 20th century in relation to QM. He also discusses specifically the treatment of David Bohm by American academia, and why his work has been neglected in physics (Sci. Ed. 12, 573 (2003), eprint, and Hist. Stud. Phys. Biol. Sci. 36, 1 (2005), arXiv:physics/0508184).
My question is, is anyone aware of other good sources that discuss the interpretational problem in QM and how the very question has been treated in physics?
I'm only asking for sources.