Bertrand Russell's America: His Transatlantic Travels and by Barry Feinberg,Ronald Kasrils

By Barry Feinberg,Ronald Kasrils

Originally released in 1984, this quantity records Bertrand Russell’s travels in the USA protecting the interval 1945-1970. it truly is offered in halves with the 1st a biographical account of Russell’s involvement with the us, with distinct connection with the seven visits he made there in this period of time. all through this part the main consultant of Russell’s journalistic writings are highlighted and those are awarded as complete texts within the moment 1/2 the book.


This assortment is assembled to supply an realizing of Russell’s deep and many-sided involvement with the USA in the course of his existence. A documented account, it truly is supplemented with very important letters, images and newspaper articles.

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