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Hutchinson, Jul 3, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 773 pages
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The late Soviet physicist, activist, and Nobel laureate describes his upbringing, scientific work, rejection of Soviet repression, peace and human rights concerns, marriage and family, and persecution by the KGB

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User Review  - Denise DeRocher - Goodreads

Another WOW: difficult yet enjoyable to read, all at the same time - the best reading experience imaginable!! Read full review

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User Review  - Chris Grubb - Goodreads

Fascinating and moving. I picked this up at my college library because I was a physics major and wanted to read about a physicist who had made a difference as a humanitarian. For those of you who don ... Read full review


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