This Day in Jewish History 1906: Visionary Biologist Who Saw Vietnam War Clearly Is Born

George Wald, teenage dilettante turned Nobel laureate, made it to Nixon’s enemies list, attended Tehran conference on West’s evils.

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November 18, 1906 was the birthday of biologist George Wald, who had the distinction of being both a Nobel laureate and a member of U.S. President Richard Nixon’s “enemies list.”