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Louis Budenz
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Albert Einstein
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Willard Libby
Robert Oppenheimer
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Linus Pauling
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Leó Szilárd
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Dalton Trumbo
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Stephen Fritchman and Linus Pauling, La Jolla, California.
Stephen Fritchman and Linus Pauling, La Jolla, California. 1969.
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Stephen Fritchman


First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles
Address: 2936 West 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90005
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Register of the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles Records, 1938-1981
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"When the great advocate of abolition of slavery, Theodore Parker...delivered his famous sermon on Justice he said, 'The Silesian merchant fattens on the weaver's tears, and eats their children's bones. Three million slaves earn the enjoyment of Americans who curse them in the name of Christ.' Parker did not ask the consent of President Martin Van Buren, or a Congressional Committee. He was working and living under the First Amendment to the Constitution. And in my own way I do the same."

Stephen Fritchman. "Remarks of Reverend Stephen H. Fritchman at a Meeting of the Hollywood Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, Embassy Auditorium, Los Angeles." September 21, 1951.

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