Science: Manifesto

Last week New York City's hen-shaped Mayor LaGuardia was belaboring the Nazis of Germany with his customary vigor—and so, less loudly and more indirectly, was handsome Anthony Eden, who had just arrived in the U. S. from England (see p. 9). Few days later another blast at Nazi and Fascist ideology came from a quarter which has hitherto been relatively silent—U. S. science.

Johannes Stark is a crusty old "Aryan" German, whose researches in physics were good enough to win him a Nobel Prize (1919). For a long time he has whooped up...

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