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A career devoted to the study of weak interactions and fundamental symmetries is summarized. Subjects include the induced pseudoscalar coupling in muon capture, the hypothesis of a superweak interaction, the oscillation of neutrinos in matter, and a parameterization of the CKM matrix of particular importance for physics. Also discussed are the origin of the Aspen Center for Physics and activities related to the dangers of nuclear weapons.

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