Letters: Apr. 19, 1982

Nuclear Freeze

To the Editors:

I wish to commend your magazine for the bold, incisive look into the terrible threat of nuclear war from which it is unlikely a winner can emerge [March 29]. The prospect of a nuclear exchange between the U.S. and the Soviet Union is more than the issue of the '80s. The control and dismantling of these weapons of massive death present the greatest social and environmental challenge in the history of mankind. A fateful juncture in the course of human civilization and in the evolution of life on our...

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