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David T. Dellinger
Our experience of the governments of the world, our knowledge of the weapons at their disposal, and our awareness of our own limitations justify pessimism. But some mysterious factor deep in the human psyche has produced a countervailing conviction that educating, organizing, uniting, and acting will make a difference.
David T. Dellinger
Arms control is by definition a rejection of disarmament.
David T. Dellinger
Hiroshima and Nagasaki were atomized at a time when the Japanese were suing desperately for peace.
David T. Dellinger
Nonviolence simply cannot defend property rights over human rights.