Linus Pauling on Peace: A Scientist Speaks Out on Humanism and World Survival : Writings and Talks by Linus Pauling
Barbara Marinacci, Ramesh Saligrama Krishnamurthy
Rising Starr Press, 1998 - Political Science - 296 pages
In more than 50 essays, Nobel Prize-winning Linus Pauling's brilliance, conviction, and passion for saving humankind and the planet are eloquently expressed.
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