“The only way my books can help to bring to a resolution such problems as the U.S.-North Korean enmity is to be read and taken seriously . . . If ‘denuclearization’ is to be achieved, I believe, it ought not to be through the erasure of my own work but through a new understanding of many myths held by America and other powers.”
That is the author’s statement on the unique situation in which he finds himself. This latest selection of his papers refers to leaders like Winston Churchill and the Kennedys, to institutions like Harvard and Oxford, and to illusions like the moon landings and AIDS. It includes attempts to win freedom from intrusions on his mind and body, some family pictures and history, and an index.