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Richard Lewis discusses nuclear energy, the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, pollution, and his book "Nuclear Power Rebellion".
Discussing nuclear armageddon and the medical consequences of nuclear war with panel Herbert Scoville, George Kistiakowsky, Dr. Jack Geiger and Dr. Quentin Young.
Dr. Robert Jay Lifton, psychiatrist and psycho-historian, discusses the acceptance and embrace of nuclear disaster, doctors' opposition to nuclear weapons, difference in Americans' and Europeans' opposition to nuclear weapons, psychological impact of nuclear bombings in Japan, and the mental disconnect experienced by those who build atomic weapons who then see the bombs' effects.
Seymour Melman discusses his book "Pentagon Capitalism: The Political Economy of War." Topics of discussion include the military-industrial complex and the state management of industry, particularly in regards to defense.
Julia Koscis discusses being an immigrant, racism and daily life. She talks with Studs about her fears of African Americans upon arriving at Ellis Island, New York from Hungary, and living closely with them before moving on to Dayton, Ohio. She discusses some of her life before moving to Chicago from Dayton, Ohio.