People, Dec. 12, 1932

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

The State Department forwarded to U. S. consuls abroad a demand by the Woman Patriot Corp. (a Mrs. Randolph Frothingham of Brookline, Mass. president) that Albert Einstein be barred from the U. S. because he is "affiliated with more anarchist and Communist groups than Josef Stalin himself.'' Said Professor Einstein, in Germany:

"Never before has any attempt of mine at an approach to the beautiful sex met with such an energetic rebuff; even should perchance such have ever been the case, then certainly not by so...

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