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Albert Einstein Quotes

Elma Ehrlich Levinger
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"I appeal to all . . . to declare that they will refuse to give any further assistance to war or the preparation of war. I ask them to tell their governments this in writing and to register this decision by informing me they have done so . . . I have authorized the establishment of the 'Einstein War Resisters International Fund.'" Chapter 9, pg. 96

"This morning after an absence of ten years, when I am once more about to set foot on the soil of the United States, the thought uppermost in my mind is this: This country has through hard labor achieved the position of undisputed pre-eminence among the nations of the world . . . . Your political and economic condition today is such that you will be able to destroy entirely the dreadful tradition of military violence . . . . It is along these lines of endeavor that your mission lies at the moment." Chapter 11, pp. 120-121

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