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Nuclear Issues in Current Election

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Today is the 51st anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima — the first intentional wartime nuclear attack on civilians. We mark that anniversary today by drawing attention to nuclear and military issues in the 1996 elections. Peace Action is putting together voter guides that describe candidates positions on everything from the Pentagon budget to Star Wars to nuclear testing.

Guest: GORDON CLARK, Executive Director of Peace Action.

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