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John Tirman

An inspiration against nuclear arms

RANDY FORSBERG RANDY FORSBERG
By John Tirman
October 30, 2007

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RANDY FORSBERG, who died this month at age 64, left a remarkable legacy: She helped end the Cold War, the most costly and dangerous confrontation in world history. This singular achievement was not hers alone, of course, but she spurred the massive social movement in the United States and Europe that convinced the superpowers - the United States and the ... (Full article: 621 words)

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