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A book about the Bohr-Einstein debate?

Is there any book that details the correspondence between the two? The only books I could find are popular science books, I wonder if there is a book that lists the correspondence in a more 'raw' form.

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The following essay by N.P. Landsman: "When champions meet: Rethinking the Bohr–Einstein debate." Studies In History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies In History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 37.1 (2006): 212-242” contains an extensive bibliography on the debate.

In particular the main references containing or discussing the letters are listed in footnote 1 on page 213.

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