Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein Rebel Lives Series EINSTEIN, Albert

This book takes a subversive look at lesser-known aspects of the famous scientist's intellectual life, the man whom the FBI thought was "too clever not to track." It presents Einstein's denunciation of U.S. use of nuclear bombs in 1945, his socialism and his passionate opposition to war as a profound advocate of radical humanism. "What I like most about Albert Einstein is that he was a troublemaker."-Fred Jerome, author of "The Einstein File" -------------- "We were born into an unjust system. We are not prepared to grow old in it."-Bernadette Devlin Rebel Lives books feature writings both by and about individuals who have played significant roles in humanity's ongoing fight for a better world. The series shows the not-so-well-recognized political views of some well-known figures and introduces some not-so-famous rebels. Strongly representative of race, class and gender, these books are smaller format, inexpensive, accessible and provocative.
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Specificaties

Isbn
9781876175634
Uitgever
Ocean Press
Druk
1e
Verschenen
01-01-2003
Taal
Engels
Bladzijden
88 pp.
Bindwijze
Paperback
Genre
Geschiedenis

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