People: People, May 24, 1948


"Science cannot escape its social responsibilities," sighed Atomic Physicist Enrico Fermi, "but it was so nice when science was considered unimportant and was not in the spotlight."

"An atom bomb war against Russia," figured James Aloysius Farley, "would result in the killing of 97 innocent people out of every 100. Since only 3% of the Russians are Communists . . ."

"I don't think anyone who hasn't a business head," generalized Broadway Producer Irene Selznick (A Streetcar Named Desire), "should go into business."

"I am enjoying very much going back over that period," mused...

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