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Louis Budenz
Barry Commoner
Edward Condon
Norman Cousins
Lee DuBridge
Albert Einstein
Stephen Fritchman
Gunnar Jahn
Willard Libby
Robert Oppenheimer
Ava Helen Pauling
Linus Pauling
Bertrand Russell
Albert Schweitzer
Albert Szent-Györgyi
Leó Szilárd
Edward Teller
Dalton Trumbo
Harold Urey
Henry A. Wallace
Sidney Weinbaum

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Gunnar Jahn.
Gunnar Jahn. 1950s.
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Gunnar Jahn

1883-1971

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"No one would suggest that the nuclear test ban is the sole work of Linus Pauling. But does anyone believe that the treaty would have been reached if there had been no responsible scientists who, tirelessly, unflinchingly, year in and year out, impressed on the authorities and on the general public the real menace of nuclear tests?"

Gunnar Jahn. "Linus Pauling on Science and Peace (1962 Nobel Peace Prize Lecture), with an introduction by Gunnar Jahn." New York: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. 1964.

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