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Gimme one good reason.

Roy McFarlane — December 1984

OTTAWA — Families Against Cruise Testing (FACT) is organizing a letter writing and petition campaign to bring to the Canadian government’s attention the opposition of parents and grandparents to the cruise missile tests.

According to organizer Deborah Friedman, FACT would like families to write to their own MPs and to Joe Clark, Minister of External Affairs, on the issue of the cruise missile, and to include pictures of their children.

Friedman explained that the reason for the pictures is simple. “The arms race jeopardizes everyone’s children,” she said.

The petition, which calls for an end to the cruise missile tests, has been circulating in Ottawa during the past year. Some of the names have already been presented to the government. The petition is now being sent out around the country.

For further information on both the petition and the letter writing campaign, write: FACT, 204 Patterson Ave., Ottawa, Ontario K1S lY6.

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