Twelve distinguished men and women discuss the need for a “new mode of thinking” about the nuclear arms race. 28 mins. Stanford Symposium on the Prevention of Nuclear War.
Twelve distinguished men and women discuss the need for a “new mode of thinking” about the nuclear arms race. Although made a generation ago and the Soviet Union has now disappeared, yet still national antagonisms still surface and a new type of ‘cold war’ between the super powers is emerging.
Helen Caldicott. Physicians for Social Responsibility
William E Colby Ex director CIA
Sidney D Drell PhD Deputy Director Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.
Jerome D Frank MD Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins School of medicine.
Richard Gardiner MD St Luke’s Medical Center
Admiral Noel S Gaylor Former Commander U.S. Pacific Fleet & Director National Security Agency
H. D. Geiger MD Professor of Community Medicine, City College of New York
Gary G Lapid Physicians for Social Responsibility
Alexander Sakharov, Academy of Sciences, Moscow.
Harold Sandley, MD, Head of Biomedical Research Division of NASA
Craig Schindler Professor Environmental Ethics, University of California.
Victor Sidel Professor of Social medicine, Albert Einstein medical College
Stanford Symposium on the Prevention of Nuclear War.
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