National Affairs: The Work of Many Men

Edward Teller, father of the hydrogen bomb, last week published his eagerly awaited account of the explorations that made the weapon possible. Printed in Science, weekly publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and entitled "The Work of Many People," it is a modest and moving effort to close the rift opened by the political and ethical debate over whether to go ahead with the "super."

"At the present time," says Teller, "I find myself unhappily in a situation of being given certainly too much credit and perhaps too much...

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