Autobiography of Bertrand Russell: The Middle Years: 1914-1944
by Bertrand Russell

He actively opposed British entry into WW I and went to prison for saying that American troops in Britain would be used to break up union strikes. He spent several years in the USA with his family because England was unsafe. He was not allowed to teach at City College in NY, because of his atheism. He favored WW II, because Hitler was a greater evil than the war.

Year Read: 1984


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