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Nuclear Freeze Movement: Bibliography

This collection contains the business materials, organization information, articles, newspapers, comics, publications on the Nuclear Freeze Movement. As part of the Olympia Historic Society, these materials are focused on organizations in Thurston County

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These articles were included in mailings to Local Freeze Organizers from the Nuclear Freeze Movement National Clearinghouse or from personal collections of the Thurston County Nuclear Freeze Movement participants.

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Adam Clymer, S. to the N. Y. T. (1982, July 6). The nuclear freeze: Politicians unsure of its influence [Analysis]. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.13. New York, N.Y., United States. 

Against the Freeze Referendums: [editorial]. (1982, October 24). New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.20. New York, N.Y., United States.

AP. (1984, May 20). Chernenko Asks U.s. to Give up Space Arms. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.8. New York, N.Y., United States.

Bundy, M., Kennedy, M. B. was S. A. for N. S. A. to P. J. F., Control, L. B. J. H. was chairman of the G. A. C. of the A., & 1981, D. A. from 1979 to. (1983, April 17). MX paper: Appealing, but mostly appalling [Op-ed]. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.19. New York, N.Y., United States.

Divided Evangelicals Avoid a Policy Stand on Nuclear Freeze; by Charles Austin. (1983, March 12). New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. 1.7. New York, N.Y., United States.

Editorials. (1983, November 12). Nation, pp. 449–468.

Escalona, S. K. (1962). Children and the threat of nuclear war. [New York,. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015011948315

Evil Empire . . . Come In, Evil Empire: [EDITORIAL]. (1984, January 17). New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.24. New York, N.Y., United States.

Gelb, L. H. (1984, March 4). Is nuclear threat manageable? The New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/1984/03/04/magazine/is-the-nuclear-threat-manageable.html

Gordon Thompson and Paul F. Walker. (1983, December 28). Freezing by degrees. Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), p. 12.

Herbert Scoville Herbert Scoville,  formerly assistant director of the A. C., Agency, D., & Deputy Director of Central Intelligence,  is president of the A. C. A. (1983, October 11). Build-down (-Doom?): [op-Ed]. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.31. New York, N.Y., United States.

Indecent Debate: [Editorial]. (1982, October 6). New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.26. New York, N.Y., United States.

Judith Miller, S. to the N. Y. T. (1982, August 7). Nuclear freeze: Both sides term it a victory [News Analysis]. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. 1.2. New York, N.Y., United States.

Kamm, H. (1984, May 23). Papandreou Calls the U.s. a-Arms in Greece “a Provocation.” New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.8. New York, N.Y., United States.

Kelly, P. (1983). An Appeal to Peace Activists. Mother Jones, 8(10), 57–58.

Kennan, G. (1981, December 7). Ways to turn back the nuclear tide. The Christian Science Monitor. Boston, Mass., United States. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1038963179/B431D1B4AEBF40BCPQ/66?accountid=11199

Lewis, A. (1982, December 27). Abroad at Home; Theater Nuclear Politics: [op-Ed]. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.19. New York, N.Y., United States.

Limiting nuclear arms. (1982, March 9). The Christian Science Monitor. Boston, Mass., United States. 

Martin Tolchin, S. to the N. Y. T. (1983, March 9). House Panel Adopts Compromise Urging Freeze on Nuclear Arsenals. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.1. New York, N.Y., United States.

Michael Klare. (1984, June 9). Editorials: Central America War Games Maneuvers in Search of An Invasion. Nation, pp. 689–693.

Michael T. Klare. (1983, November 12). Editorials: Grenada Syndrome. Nation, pp. 449–468.

Perle, R. (1982, September 7). A Freeze Means Thin Ice: [op-Ed]. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.23. New York, N.Y., United States.

Platt, J. (1969). What We Must Do. Science, 166(3909), 1115–1121.

Pope Endorses a Proposal for Nuclear Arms Freeze. (1984, May 23). New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. A.9. New York, N.Y., United States.

Power Broker for the Powerless. (1984, April 8). The Washington Post, p. 5.

Seib, G. F. (1984, April 24). Defense Buildup Threatens Long-Term Economic Growth, House Report Asserts. Wall Street Journal, Eastern Edition, p. 1. New York, N.Y., United States.

Smith, R. J. (1983). Scientists Fault Charges of Soviet Cheating. Science, 220(4598), 695–697.

SMITH, S. B. (1983, September 3). Abc to Show Nuclear War Drama in November: [review]. New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast), p. 1.46. New York, N.Y., United States.

Staff, B. T. G. (1982, April 29). Centerpiece: Nuclear freeze proposals facing congress: a primer. Boston Globe (pre-1997 Fulltext), p. 1. Boston, Mass., United States.

Steven Weisman. (1984, February 24). White House; Hints of Flexibility on Nuclear Arms Talks. New York Times, p. 14.

Talbot., S. (1981). The H-Bombs Next Door. Nation, 232(5), 129–148.

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? (1982, August 15). Opinion: Thoughts about Trident protest. The Olympian, p. A14.

? (1985a, February). Teachers Support Nuke Ban. ChristChurch Press? New Zealand.

? (1985b, February). US Plans Base Ware in Allied Countries. ChristChurch Press? New Zealand.

? (1985c, February 23). Peace fleet for MX test? ChristChurch Press, p. ?

Anthony J. Lutty. (?). Nuclear War: “Kiss the Northern Hemisphere Goodbye.” United Food and Commerical Workers, p. ?

Apcar, L. M. (1983, June 10). Democrats who switched votes to back MX are drawing rebukes. The Wall Street Journal, p. 29.

Arms: Another Round. (1984). New Statesman.

Barron, J. (1982, October). The KGB’s Magical War for “Peace.” Reader’s Digest, 205–207; 211–253; 258–259.

Callie Wilson. (1984, November 14). Letters to the Editor: No extra volunteers needed. The Olympian.

Cate Holmes. (n.d.). Residents vote unanimously to place nuclear freeze on ballot. The Olympian.

Charles Austin. (1983, March 12). Evangelicals Take No Vote on Freeze. The New York Times, p. ?

Clymer, A. (1982, July 6). The Nuclear Freeze. The New York Times.

Connelly, J. (1983, April 15). Utilities hear details of the N-plant plan. Seattle Post-Intelligencer, p. A1; A6.

Cowley, G. (1983, March 2). life after the freeze: Does the Seattle peace movement have anything more to offer? The Weekly. Seattle, WA.

David Corn. (?a). Going Beyond the Convention: Freeze Sets New Strategy. Nuclear Times, ?(?), 16.

David Corn. (?b). Groups Rally Around TV Movie. Nuclear Times, ?(?), 6.

David versus Goliath. (1985, February 14). The New Zealand Herald, p. 1. Auckland, New Zealand.

Dr. Howard H. Hiatt. (n.d.). The Medical Facts of Nuclear Attack. Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility.

Edward M. Kennedy and Mark O. Hatfield. (1982, May 18). The Nuclear Debate: The freeze is better. The Washington Post.

Edward M. Kennedy, Mark O. Hatfield, Silvio O. Conte, Edward J. Markey, Jonathan Bingham. (1982, October 26). Letter to the Editor of The New York Times.

Elmer, J. (1982, July 11). Peace and Patriotism Motivate the Nuclear Freeze Movement. The Providence Sunday Journal, p. ?

Falwell, J. (1983, March 7). An Open letter from Jerry Falwell on the nuclear freeze. The Washington Post, p. 26.

Fear of nuclear holocaust seen affecting children. (n.d.).

Finn, Jr., E. (1984, April 17). Busy plants: Many factories work at capacity: shortage fears rise. The Wall Street Journal, p. 20.

Florence Koss. (1982, April 8). Do we shovel first or slide in the hole? Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Forsberg, R. (1982). A bilateral nuclear-weapon freeze. Scientific American, 247(5), 52–61.

Freeze’ called dangerous. (Wednesday, September 15). Air Force Association: AFA Profile, 13(9), 1–2.

Freeze supporters look so ordinary. (1982, Fall). The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Frost, J. (1983, December 13). When the U.S. invaded Russia. The Columbian, p. ?

Gerald C. Lubenow. (1982). A City that Loves Nukes. Newsweek, 47.

Gerald Smith. (n.d.). Chapter 17: Retrospective. In Double talk: The story of SALT (pp. 446–447).

Getler, M. (1982a, November 10). Administration’s Nuclear War Policy Stance Still Murky. The Washington Post, p. ?

Getler, M. (1982b, November 19). Administration’s Nuclear War Policy Stance Still Murky. The Washington Post, p. ?

Glennon, E., Downey, T., & Shull, L. (1982, September 19). The Feeble U.S. Case Against a Nuclear Freeze. The New York Times.

Govt banon visit by Royal Navy N-ship confirmed. (Feb 23 (year?)). ChristChurch Press. New Zealand.

Greenberger, Robert S. (?). Combat Readiness has declined sharply in Reagan’s Term, Pentagon report says. The Wall Street Journal, p. ?

Hamilton Staff. (1985, February 13). N-ban Price “High.” New Zealand Herald, p. ? Auckland, New Zealand.

Helbert, G. (Sept (year?)). Americans grieve for a lost way of life. The Olympian.

Herbert, P. (1985, February 19). P.M. expects more U.S. flak. ChristChurch Press. New Zealand.

Hornblower, M. (1982, August 1). House Democratic Majority Just Rolls Over on Defense. The Washington Post, p. A1.

Howard Morland. (1983, November). The Deadly Connection. Coalition Close-Up, (Fall), ?

Hubbard, A. (1985, February 16). Damage to the EEC relations rejected. The Dominion, p. 1. Wellington, New Zealand.

Irwin, D. (1982, November 17). Foreign Agents Charge Nuclear Freeze Backers Score Reagan’s View. Los Angeles Times.

Joanne Omang. (1982, November 13). Magazine Articles Cited in KGB-Freeze Link. The Washington Post.

Joseph M. Hiss and Family/Olympia. (?). Letter to the Editor: Opposes nuclear arms. The Olympian, p. ?

Klare, M. (1983, October 31). Warning: We have entered the War Decade. The Los Angeles Times.

Klare, M. T. (1984). The Reagan Doctrine. Inquiry.

Lens, S. (1982, October 3). Five Words that are Pushing the World to the Brink of Disaster. Seattle Post-Intelligencer, p. 4.

Linda Rockey. (1981, April 12). If Doctors Survived the Bomb... Seattle Post-Intelligencer, p. 11.

Mary McGory. (1983, March 10). GOP senators burned trying to freeze the Freeze Movement. The Washington Post, p. A3.

McGory, M. (?). Reagan Aids Backers of the Freeze. ?, p. ?

Michael Klare. (1984). A Vietnam at Reagan’s Door. South, 26–27.

Michael T. Klare. (1984a). Conventional Arms, Military Doctrine, and Nuclear War: The Vanishing Firebreak. Thought, 59(232).

Michael T. Klare. (1984b). Conventional Arms Threaten Peace Too. Newsday.

Michael T. Klare. (1984c, October 8). Opinion: Navy’s new ploy puts cities at risk. The Tribune. Oakland, California.

? N. (1985d, February). U.K. Ships Welcome - if Non-nuclear. ChristChurch Press?, p. ? New Zealand.

? N. (1985e, February). US Questions Worth of Alienated Allies. ChristChurch Press? New Zealand.

Nelson, S. (1984, June 25). Activist Urges Nuclear Freeze. Seattle Post-Intelligencer?

Nevill, H. (1985, February 23). P.M. rates low priority in U.S. ChristChurch Press? New Zealand.

Nuclear Detection Limitations. (1980). Air Force Magazine, 20.

NZPA. (1985, February 16). UK takes role of mediator. The Daily Telegraph, p. 1. Napier, New Zealand.

Omang, J. (1982, November 13). Magazine Articles Cited in KGB-Freeze Link. The Washington Post, p. ?

O’Toole, T. (1980, January 14). Radar Hinted Africa A-Blast. Washington Post.

Perle, R. (1982, September 7). A Freeze Means Thin Ice. The New York Times, p. ?

Pfaff, W. (?). Historic Obsessions: Can either side escape their grip? The Seattle Times, p. ?

Physicians for Social Responsibiliity. (1980, March 2). Danger - Nuclear War. The New York Times.

Pincus, W. (1982, August 1). Cut Nukes Budgets, and the Baloney. The Washington Post.

Pittsburgh Study Group for Nuclear Information. (n.d.). Effects of Nuclear War on the Pittsburgh Area (non-technical summary of the report by the Pittsburgh Study Group for Nuclear Information). In The Effects of Nuclear War on the Pittsburgh Area.

Powers, T. (1981, January 30). The Whirlpool of Weapons. Commonweal, 108(2), 35–39.

Richard Burt. (1978, November 13). New Carter Program: Civil Defense Gets a Boost. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, p. 1;16.

Richard J. Barnet. (1979, September 9). A Way to End the Arms Race. The Washington Post.

Richard J. Barnet. (n.d.). Beyond Gangster Diplomacy. Mother Jones, (Feb/March 1984).

Right-wing Smears Nuclear Freeze Movement. (1982). Interchange Report, 4; 10.

Robert Scheer. (1982a, January 15). CIVIL: Reagan Seeks to Counter Alleged Threat of Soviet Nuclear Attack. Los Angeles Times, p. ?; 22–23.

Robert Scheer. (1982b, August 2). The Outlook Interview: Robert S. McNamara talks to Robert Scheer. Washington Post, pp. 3–4.

Roger Ricklefs. (1982, September 13). Business executives widely oppose unilateral nuclear-weapons freeze. Wall Street Journal, p. ?

Scheckel, J., & Kehler, R. (1981). Yes, the People Decided: How voters in western Massachusetts passed a proposal for a freeze on nuclear weapons. Sojourners.

Shirley Whitlock. (1982, September 23). Letter to the Editor: No substitution for a strong defense. Arizona Report.

Stanley Kramer. (1982, May 16). Falsehood: Talk of nuclear war introduces new element. The Seattle Times, p. 12.

Stone, J. J. (1982, November 7). The “Experts” Can’t Ignore Demands for a Nuclear Freeze Forever. Washington Post, p. 1;3.

Teller, E. (1982, November). Dangerous Myths about Nuclear Arms. Reader’s Digest, 139–144.

The Nuclear Freeze. (1982, May 24). Navy Times.

U.S. Nuclear Weapons Accidents (1950-80) Acknowledged by Pentagon. (1981). The Nation, 145–146.

Walter Pincus. (1983, October 2). “Build-Down” Plan Divides Arms Experts. The Washington Post, p. 1.

W. Averell Harriman, Clark Clifford, William E. Colby, and Paul C. Warnke. (n.d.). Letter to the editor of The New York Times.

Wellington Reporter. (Feb 20 (year?)). N.Z. out of another exercise. ChristChurch Press, p. ? New Zealand.

William E. Colby. (1983, April 19). Reagan should turn from “appeasement” to a Freeze. Washington Post, p. ?

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