Antinuclear movement -- United States
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes materials from the Council for a Livable World and the Council for a Livable World Education Fund. Includes primarily printed materials: letters, reports, brochures, and serial publications.
Collection is primarily printed materials, including pamphlets, reprints, photocopies of interviews with and letters to various correspondents, including Ramsey Clark, Glenda Grabow, Pope John Paul II, and Cardinal Roger Etchegaray.
The collection consists of one folder of printed material and pamphlets, including a research proprosal (1986): "U.S. First Use Threats and the Construction of Instability", and a transcript of a talk: "Daniel Ellsberg: The Construction of Instability" (1986).
Includes short histories from 1981 of women's peace protests in Great Britain; poetry, letters; press releases; information about nuclear free zones in Britain; announcements of protest actions; newsletters from USA; articles published; postcard photo; news clippings high school students' note cards; video documentary.
Collection includes printed documents, primarily material brought back by Hausman from England, including leaflets, periodicals, news clippings, and a police notice concerning Hausman's arrest.
This collection includes only material about the campaign against nuclear weapons and the General Electric Company boycott while the organization was still named INFACT. The collection consists of printed materials: reports, memoranda, press releases, news clippings.