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Louis Budenz
Barry Commoner
Edward Condon
Norman Cousins
Lee DuBridge
Albert Einstein
Stephen Fritchman
Gunnar Jahn
Willard Libby
Robert Oppenheimer
Ava Helen Pauling
Linus Pauling
Bertrand Russell
Albert Schweitzer
Albert Szent-Györgyi
Leó Szilárd
Edward Teller
Dalton Trumbo
Harold Urey
Henry A. Wallace
Sidney Weinbaum

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Portrait of Lee A. DuBridge.
Portrait of Lee A. DuBridge. 1948.
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Lee DuBridge

1901-1994

Lee A. DuBridge papers, 1932-1986
Location: California Institute of Technology. Archives.
Address: Pasadena, California 91125
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"It is not the job of the scientist to be primarily a politician, a sociologist, a military leader or a preacher... [But] the scientist or engineer -- like every other human being -- bears also the responsibility of being a useful member of his community...and should speak on issues which can be addressed with competence – including joining hands with other citizens when called to tasks of peace."

Lee A. DuBridge. "The Responsibility of the Scientist," California Institute Forum (1): 1-8. 1947.

"I am overcome with astonishment to learn that I am to receive the Medal of Merit -- very pleased, of course; but I have not considered that my work justified the award. I assure that nothing will interfere with my being present on Monday afternoon, October 4."

Linus Pauling. Letter to Lee DuBridge. September 21, 1948.

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