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Antinuclear War Physicians #516440

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 25, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Boston, Massachusetts) Nuclear bomb's hypothetic impact on Boston explained. [Physicians for Soc. Responsibility spokesperson Dr. Jonathan FINE - notes responsibility of doctors to preserve life.] Physicians for Soc. Responsibility's efforts to promote understanding of nuclear war's capacity for destruction examined. [Dr. Paul BEESON - comments on uniqueness of doctors taking stand on public issues.] [Org. SPKRS. - describe consequences of nuclear war for Seattle and soc. in general] [FINE - calls for political mobilization to change policy; recalls Vietnam war.]

Savitch, Jessica

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