Pulpit Politics

Pulpit Politics

then the author of more than 50 books, including Authority and the Individual (1949), New Hopes for a Cfgangin World (1951). and Common Sense and Nuclear Warfare (1959)-was plagued a feeling of "desolate solitude." His numerous philander- ings and three marriages all failed. His theories of knowledge had fallen out of favor in the academic world.
"The sea, the stars, the night wind in waste places, mean more to me than even the hun~an beings I love best," Russell wrote in his...

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