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English philosopher and mathematician who collaborated with Whitehead (1872-1970)

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Kumar, who is now 80 years old, replied, "Betrand Russell bought us two tickets on a big boat called Queen Mary.
"I had heard about Betrand Russell, at the age of 90, protesting against the use of nuclear weapons," said Kumar.
No doubt Isaac Newton and Betrand Russell put up with similar behaviour when they were in short trousers.
His working life as a practicing lawyer involved some of the great issues of the day: he contributed to the efforts (all notably unsuccessful) to enforce Prohibition, to allow City College of New York to hire Betrand Russell, and to permit the DuPont Company to continue to own a substantial slice of General Motors; but he handled these matters in the way he thought served his client rather than his biographer.