Bingham, Millicent, March 22, 1948
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3. As for the scientists they are the despair of the human race. Only one admits a possible mistake and that is Albert Einstein, the discoverer of the 4th dimension of relativity, which enables penetration of the atom. We cannot expect a Harvard man to be other than an extreme nationalist. Very truly, etc" That went out to Dr. Compton. On the subject of women I wish to say a word. They are, at present, terribly undereducated & backward. It is my despair, -- but they wish to do what is right & that is my hope. O -- how I do appreciate
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