Disarmament advocate sounds nuclear alarm March 3, 2020

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

After the fall of the Soviet Union, fear of a nuclear holocaust tapered almost to the point that it flat-lined, but nuclear weapon danger has been ramping up in recent years and not enough people are recognizing that upward trend, said Dr. Ira Helfand of the Physicians for Social Responsibility and co-chair of the agency’s Nuclear Weapons Abolition Committee.

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