A man of universal interests

  title={A man of universal interests},
  author={Andrei D. Sakharov},
The death of Ya. B. Zel'dovich robs physics of one of its guiding lights of the twentieth century. Here Andrei Sakharov reflects on his life and his science, while on p. 673 appears a report of two meetings written by ZeVdovich, in collaboration with A. A. Starobinskii, shortly before his death. 
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