Marine, Gene; Alexander, C. W.; Allen, Edward S.; Zeidler, Frank P.; Huey, Lowery E.
April 1955
New Republic;4/4/55, Vol. 132 Issue 14, p23
Presents letters to the editor related to several issues. Comments on the article related to radioactive fall-out, by Ralph Lapp, published in the February 14, 1955 issue of the journal "New Republic"; Views of a reader on civil defense; Opinions of a reader on atomic killing and national morality.


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