Dr. Albert Einstein had his say about the atomic bomb last week. He was heard with respect: his classic E=mc² formula, announced in 1905, was the foundation of atomic research; a letter from him to President Roosevelt in 1939 helped set the atomic thunders rolling. Last week, in an Atlantic Monthly article ghost-written by Raymond Swing, the sage of modern science spoke:
"As long as there are sovereign nations possessing great power, war is inevitable. . . .
"I do not believe that the secret of the bomb should be given to the United Nations Organization [or] the Soviet Union.
"The secret of the...