Russell's Pennsylvania

Russell: The Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies 24 (1) (2004)
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Abstract

"Russell's Pennsylvania" focuses on Bertrand Russell's days residing in Pennsylvania during the Second World War. It draws from contemporary local newspaper accounts, published memoirs of authors who visited Russell and his family then, as well as reminiscences from people with first-hand accounts who were able to be contacted recently.

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