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The World of Andrei Sakharov: A Russian Physicist's Path to Freedom, by Gennady Gorelik with Antonina W. BouisGennady Gorelik with Antonina W. Bouis. The World of Andrei Sakharov: A Russian Physicist’s Path to Freedom. Oxford University Press, 2005. 406 pp. There is a Web presentation of this book at http://adsakharov.narod.ru.
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Introduction (Home) [text version]

The Early Years, 1921-1944 [text version]

From Graduate Studies to Bomb Design, 1945-1950   [text version]

The Hydrogen Bomb, 1950-1956 [text version]

Nuclear Testing and Conscience, 1957-1963   [text version]
      More on Sakharov's World as Weapons Maker   [text version]

Quantum Cosmology and Personal Responsibility, 1964-1968 [text version]

Reflections on Progress, Peaceful Coexistence, and Intellectual Freedom, 1968  [text version]
      The Opening Paragraphs of Sakharov’s Essay  

Human Rights Movement, 1969-1979 [text version]

Exile in Gorky, 1980-1986  [text version]
      Essay: Andrei Sakharov from Exile

Perestroika and Struggle for Democracy, 1987-1989  [text version]

Sakharov on his Intellectual Evolution  [ text version]
Sakharov speaking on the role of science


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