Nuclear Freeze: A Walk in the Park

Against the backdrop of heightened Cold War anxieties, the 1980s bore witness to a remarkable phenomenon: the Nuclear Freeze protest movement. From bustling city streets to rural communities, voices united in defiance against the specter of nuclear proliferation. This groundswell of grassroots activism would pressure policymakers and trigger unprecedented advances in arms control, ultimately reshaping the trajectory of the Cold War.

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The Biscuit and the Football

Only the President can order a nuclear attack, and no one has the authority to stop it. Hear from President Clinton and others about this dangerous and anachronistic policy.

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