On October 17, 1933, Albert Einstein flees Germany to move to the United States. He later becomes an American citizen. Hitler’s government takes over Einstein’s family’s assets and bans German Jews like Einstein from universities.
Ideas and Opinions is a collection of Einstein’s popular writings. The selection ranges from his earliest days as a theoretical physicist to his death in 1955. The essay topics are various. They include his work on relativity, but they also cover his view on human rights, economics, religion, nuclear war, and government.
Book Title: Ideas and Opinions
Book Author: Einstein, Albert
Dewey Decimal Call Number: 818 E
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