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National Letter-Writing Coalition

Anonymous — December 1984

This month’s letter writing suggestion is to send two Christmas cards, preferably the Unicef type with “Peace on Earth” imprinted in English, Russian, etc., to the leaders of the U.S.S.R. and the U.S.A. Add a short note to the card if you wish such as: “I hope disarmament is your number one priority”, “Peace will come through justice not strength” or “Peace will not come through military intervention”.

“In addition to sending these two post cards, you might write a letter to your local editor recommending the above. Also if public meetings have been planned for December ask the people attending the meeting to take 15 minutes when they arrive home to write two postcards (or provide time for letter writing during or after the meeting). Christmas cards can be addressed to: 1) President Ronald Reagan, The White House, Washington D.C., U.S.A 20500 and 2) Premier Konstantin Chernenko, The Kremlin, Moscow, U.S.S.R. Credit for this month’s letter writing suggestion goes to Barbara Halsall of Georgetown.

The NL WC would like to welcome a new member: Rimbey Organization for Universal Nuclear Disarmament (Alberta). If your group is interested in becoming part of the NL WC, please write and let me know that your group endqrses the concept and is willing to encourage peace activists in your area to write letters. Also, please send suggestions of individuals you would like to see targeted for letters.

Happy letter writing!

clo Doug Mohr
P.O. Box 43
70 King St. N.
Waterloo, Ont. N2J 3Z6

P.S. Remember — thinking about it doesn’t change anything. Please put something in the mail.