A Beautiful Mind: A Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr., Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, 1994 - Chapters 38 - 41 Summary & Analysis

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Nash and Alicia sailed on the Queen Mary in July 1959 and arrived in London on July 18. They went on to Paris and found an apartment. Alicia enrolled in a French class. Nash continued his world government interest and intended to become a citizen of the world. He traveled to Luxembourg for this purpose. The American officials talked him out of renunciation of his citizenship and he returned to Paris.

The Nash's moved to Geneva, Switzerland and Alicia left for Italy to visit her cousin. Nash was alone. He decided that he wanted to be declared a refugee. Nash found that he didn't fit the definition of a refugee and the United Nations people suggested he talk to the Swiss police about asylum. After an investigation, they began to threaten him with deportation. Nash's passport disappeared in fall and he refused to apply for...

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