The Free Mind Through the Ages
F. Ungar Publishing Company, 1985 - 237 pages
Looks at sixteen people who have challenged authority, including Marcus Aurelius, Spinoza, Voltaire, Jefferson, Kant, Emerson, Einstein, and Sakharov, and assesses their contributions to freedom
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