I watched this episode of "American Masters" on YouTube. I mention this because something strange happened--the longer I watched, the more the video and audio became out of sync--eventually being many seconds apart. It really made it necessary to listen more to the audio than what I was watching! Hopefully you can find a better way to see this.
This biography of Einstein is unusual in that its focus is on Einstein as a pacifist and anti-nationalist. Throughout the show, when it talked about his life, it always came back to his pacifism. This means that the show isn't really intended as a complete biography of the man--more a documentary about his moral/ethical beliefs. This is NOT a complaint--as there are probably a lot of other shows about Einstein out there waiting to be seen. Well done and worth seeing.
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