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A discussion of the need for economic aid to new nations without condescension or political strings attached, with introductory remarks by Linus Pauling. The panel, chaired by Barbara Ward, includes S. O. Adebo, Robert Buron, Alberto Lleras Camargo,…

A discussion of the need for economic aid to new nations without condescension or political strings attached, with introductory remarks by Linus Pauling. The panel, chaired by Barbara Ward, includes S. O. Adebo, Robert Buron, Alberto Lleras Camargo,…

The possibility of peace in the nuclear age is the topic in excerpts from speeches by Robert Buron, Abba Eban, Hubert Humphrey, Robert M. Hutchins, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Linus Pauling, Adlai Stevenson, Kenzo Takayanagi, U Thant, and Paul Tillich.…

The possibility of peace in the nuclear age is the topic in excerpts from speeches by Robert Buron, Abba Eban, Hubert Humphrey, Robert M. Hutchins, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Linus Pauling, Adlai Stevenson, Kenzo Takayanagi, U Thant, and Paul Tillich.…

In this informal talk, Dr. and Mrs. Pauling recall their courtship and the work they have done together that led to a Nobel Peace Prize. Slightly Autobiographical Series. Sept. 18, 1964.

In this informal talk, Dr. and Mrs. Pauling recall their courtship and the work they have done together that led to a Nobel Peace Prize. Slightly Autobiographical Series. Sept. 18, 1964.

Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling debates Helmut Krauch on his views of the proper goals of scientific research. Recounting the unconscious creative process by which he came to make a scientific discovery of his own, Dr. Pauling insists that the…