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"Russell's Work for Peace." March 5, 1970.
Speech delivered at a symposium on Bertrand Russell, sponsored by the Stanford University Philosophy Department, Palo Alto, California.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Associated: Bertrand Russell, Albert Einstein, Edward Teller, Ava Helen Pauling, Cyrus Eaton, L. John Collins, Joseph Rotblat, Woodrow Wilson, Robert Watson-Watt, Edward R. Murrow, Ralph Schoenman, Michael Scott, Edward Grey, Hailsham Hogg, Jocelyn Simon, Duncan Sandys, Homi J. Bhabha

Date: March 5, 1970
Genre: manuscripts
ID: 1970s.7
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