The Antinuclear Movement

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Gr 9 Up-Through book excerpts, newspaper articles, speeches, essays, interviews, etc., the author examines the pros and cons of the antinuclear movement from its beginnings through the present day. An introductory essay presents an overview of the topic. Four chapters cover the origins of the movement, its relationship to the nuclear-arms race and nuclear power, and the movement today. The final chapter offers "Personal Narratives and Voices of Protest." Introductory paragraphs summarize each article's content and give brief information about the writer. Supplementary material includes brief excerpts of related information within selections, a chronology, and a comprehensive bibliography. Some of the writings are heart-wrenchingly poignant, while others are more historical and factual in nature. Readers will find much food for thought in this up-to-date resource.-Dana McDougald, Cedar Shoals High School, Athens, GA Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780737711523
  • Publisher: Gale Group
  • Publication date: 11/28/2002
  • Series: American Social Movements Series
  • Pages: 272
  • Age range: 16 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword 8
Introduction 10
Chapter 1 The Origins of the Antinuclear Movement
The Pacifist Roots of the Antinuclear Movement 24
Voices of Dissent: Manhattan Project Scientists Address Arms Control and Scientific Responsibility 31
An Antinuclear, Antiwar Manifesto 39
Inspiring a Movement: Hiroshima 44
Chapter 2 The Movement and the Nuclear Arms Race
Organizing a Movement: The First Step Is Arms Control 52
The Kennedy-Hatfield Resolution for a Nuclear Freeze 62
Why Abolish Nuclear Weapons? 70
Nuclear Weapons Abolition: The Major Issues 75
A Program to Abolish All Nuclear Weapons 85
Chapter 3 The Movement to End Nuclear Power
The American Antinuclear Movement Evolves: 1970-1990 96
Environmental Racism: Fighting for Nuclear Waste-Free Indian Lands 108
Unsafe Reactors Jeopardize Public Safety 118
Radioactive Terrorism: Inadequate Plant Security Must Be Updated 131
Chapter 4 The Movement Today: The Cause Remains Active
Ending the New Arms Race Before It Begins 146
A New Movement for a New Millennium 159
Reviving the Movement: Bringing Nuclear Dangers Back into the American Consciousness 165
The Major Issues After September 11 174
Chapter 5 Personal Narratives and Voices of Protest
Putting a Human Face on the Cost of Nuclear War 180
Lamenting the Far-Reaching Destruction of the Atomic Bomb 185
Struggling Against the Nuclear Establishment 191
How Do We Avoid a Nuclear Holocaust? 196
Appendix 204
Glossary 205
Chronology 210
For Further Research 221
Index 229
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