Evanston takes stand against nuclear conflict January 20, 2020
Sarah Lovinger, MD, PSR Chicago | Daily Herald
The taboo against nuclear war is widespread and well-founded. Such a war would result in one of the worst humanitarian crises imaginable.
Yet, with the United States’ withdrawal from critical arms control agreements and with ever-escalating tensions between the United States and nations like Iran, the potential for nuclear conflict is rising right now.
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