Crossroads 3 (1):64-68 Free Online (2008)

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Gerald Keaney
University of Queensland
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I briefly chart the position Einstein came to on nuclear weapons. Then I defend that position against Matchett's idea that Einstein behaved as a pop scientist and intervened ignorantly on an issue of wider concern.
Keywords Einstein  Nuclear Weapons
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