The Hive Buzzes On: Disarmanment

June 1982
National Review;6/11/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p671
The article offers information on the United Nations Second Special Session on Disarmament to be held in New York City. Over 500,000 people are expected to participate in the major demonstration of the session and a great majority of them will be political innocents wanting to express their fear of the possibility of nuclear war. A brief list of organizations involved in the disarmament campaign is presented. All of these organizations and many others not listed have links to the Soviet Union.


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