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Richard Barnet convocation: The Dangers of Nuclear War

Created 16 October 1981; Published 3 November 2008

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Richard Barnet speaks about the policy surrounding the nuclear arms race and the dangers of a potential nuclear war. This speech is the opening to a large project by Carleton to educate its students and the community about nuclear war.

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