"At that time in the United States it took a lot of courage to be against the establishment...He
became, to some extent, less popular with the trustees of Caltech, because Caltech,
as a private institution, was supported by rich wealthy Americans. And rich wealthy
Americans were less and less ready to give their money to institutions which supported
people like Pauling with his 'anti-government, revolutionary, left-wing communist
Jack Dunitz. Lifestory: Linus Pauling, produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation. 1997.
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