The Einstein File

The Einstein File

English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1771861304 | 380 Pages | PDF | 4.10 MB

Einstein arrived in the United States in 1933, the year the Nazis rose to power in Germany. From that moment until he died in 1955, J. Edgar Hoover's FBI-with other agencies-feverishly collected "derogatory information" to undermine the renowned scientist's influence and destroy his reputation. With material accessed under the Freedom of Information Act, Fred Jerome reveals the depth of, and the reasons for, this massive anti-Einstein campaign. He also uncovers Einstein's strong political commitments that have been conveniently buried under the image of the absent-minded icon genius. Whereas Einstein said on several occasions, "My life is divided between equations and politics," Jerome delves into his little-known political half-life. Einstein, Hoover... Trump Jerome's preface to this new enriched edition of The Einstein File, traces the path of surveillance from J. Edgar Hoover, through McCarthyism, to the Trump era. The preface also presents new information gathered about the things that the FBI hated so much about Einstein: his very close friendship with Paul Robeson and their collaboration in fighting racism; and his studied position on Israel and Zionism that Israeli polticians do everything to hide.

About the Author
Fred Jerome is an experienced journalist and science writer. His work has appeared in dozens of publications, including Newsweek and The New York Times. He taught journalism at Columbia Journalism School, NYU and other universities. A recognized specialist on Einstein, Jerome is also author of Einstein on Israel and Zionism and co-author of Einstein on Race and Racism. Ajamu Baraka has been involved in grassroots organizing, international solidarity, and educating for over four decades. He was the founding Executive Director of the US Human Rights Network from 2004 to 2011. He was the Green Party's nominee for Vice President of the United States in the 2016 election. Ajamu Baraka holds a PhD in political science and has taught political science at various universities. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia. David Suzuki is a geneticist, broadcaster, and environmental activist. A Canadian of Japanese origin, he and his family were interned during World War II. He holds a doctorate in zoology from the University of Chicago. His work as a broadcaster, particularly with CBC's The Nature of Things made him a unique figure in science and television. He is the author of 52 books, 19 of which are for children. David Suzuki lives in Vancouver, B.C.


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