(1890 - 1967) American geneticist, educator, and Nobel laureate best known for his work on the physiological and genetic effects of radiation (mutagenesis) as well as his outspoken political beliefs
"Let me say how delighted I was to receive the fine looking copy of your book yesterday. I much appreciate the inscription and the fact that you sent me the first copy. Of course, I have not as yet had time to more than glance through it but it is exceedingly attractive looking inside as well as out, and whatever I read hit the right spot in me. I do hope that it will have the big sale which I am sure it deserves and that it will go far towards filling the present crying need for a public better educated along these lines.
I am sending you reprints of a few of my recent articles, including that of the article of which I lent you manuscript some months ago.
With kindest personal regards,
Yours cordially, - H. J. Muller"