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"A small, sensitive, and slightly naive refugee from Germany stole the show at the winter meeting of the American Association for Advancement of Science, which closed at Pittsburgh last week. Not only the general public and newspapermen, but even the staid scientists forgot their dignity in a scramble to see and hear the little man, Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955), whose ideas have worked the greatest revolution in modern scientific thought."

The reporter of this piece put three very basic questions to the mathematician concerning his research.

An Einstein confidante remembered his famous friend in this article...

     


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