Autobiography of Bertrand Russell: The Final Years: 1944-1969
by Bertrand Russell

Eloquently written account of the public life of Russell from the end of WW II to the end of his life. He dedicated this period of his life to working for peace, disarmament, and world government. He was more libertarian in his actions than most libertarians, and he admitted to anarchistic tendencies. He continued to be a prolific writer until his death. He was a great man.

Year Read: 1982


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