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This weekend's reading list:

Jon Spencer (reviewer) — May 1984

Most of the books listed here came from a bibliography compiled and annotated by Robert Cupido of CANDIS’ Education Collective. Reader submissions account for the rest of the book listings.

The CANDIS bibliography, a 25-page annotated list of books on nuclear war, ‘disarmament and the peace movement, is available for $3.00 from CANDIS, 736 Bathurst St., Toronto ON M5S 2R4.

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