anon — August 1983
- Arms Maker, Union Buster: Litton Industries: A Profile, by Len Desroches, Tom Joyce and Murray MacAdam. Litton’s products may be what we’re rallying against, but their methods are just as deplorable. This book is a fine example of the madness in the method of arms making and the meanness of union busting.
- How Effective are Peace Movements? by Bob Overy, 1982. Drawing on his twenty years of experience in the British peace movement, Overy has provided a sympathetic and critical review of the effectiveness of a diverse range of peace groups.
- Canada and the Nuclear Arms Race, edited by Ernie Regehr and Simon Rosenblum. James Lorimer & Co., 1983. In this book some of Canada’s most distinguished critics of the arms race examine our drift toward annihilation, show how Canada is contributing to it, and explain the policies Canada could adopt to encourage the reversal of the arms race. $12.95.
- World Military and Social Expenditure 1982, by Ruth Leger Sivard. The purpose of this report is to provide an annual accounting of the use of world resources for social and military purposes. In bringing together military costs and social needs for direct comparison, the report bridges a gap in the information otherwise available to the public. $5.00
- The Time Has Come, 25 min. Based on the massive protest at the U.N. in New York in June 1982, this film shows many diverse groups, their actions and reasons for opposing nuclear war. The film shows how groups of people can organize for nuclear disarmament. Available from CFSC, 60 Lowther.
- Nuclear Countdown 27 min. Outlines the history of international nuclear arms agreements and points out the increasing world insecurity as nuclear arsenals are built up. United Nations 1978.