The Subversive Lord Russell

Johson, Gerald W.
September 1961
New Republic;9/25/61, Vol. 145 Issue 13, p20
Comments on the legal absurdity of law from imprisonment of British philosopher and pacifist Bertrand Russell in England. Assertion that Russell is a threat to every form of tyranny; Depiction of a total ruin of the ostrich policy in the country; Criticism on the policy of extermination, which is no longer feasible.


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