Freeze March

Rallying in New York

Nuclear-freeze advocates are calling it the "Big One." This Saturday an estimated 500,000 people from across the country are expected to converge in New York City for the biggest rally ever held in the U.S. against nuclear arms. The object of the rally: "a freeze and reduction of all nuclear weapons and the transfer of funds from military budgets to human needs." The giant gathering, timed to coincide with the opening of the United Nations second special session on disarmament, which runs from June 7 to July 9, is the...

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