Zelda Popkin

“What he found impossible was to shut off his brain, to detach himself from the intriguing problems with which (he) was involved, or to leave alone the major problems of war and peace, race and poverty, man's inhumanity to man and the persistence of stupidity.”


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A Death of Innocence A Death of Innocence by Zelda Popkin
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