In 1933, the Nazis came to power and the more systematic persecution of the Jews followed quickly. Laws were enacted which excluded Jewish children from higher education in public schools.
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In the evenings I studied chemistry at the University of Chicago, the weekends I helped in the family store.
I survived only a year in Berkeley, partly because I declined to sign the anticommunist loyalty oath.
I reverted easily to my wild state, that is experimentation.
I feel I learned as much from fellow students as from the professors.
I spent some months on active duty in the Army, but was released after the Japanese surrender, to continue my studies. It was a wonderful atmosphere.
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