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Brown, Neal E.

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3662 N. Marvine St. Philadelphia, 40, Pa.

Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists 90 Nassau St. Princeton, N.J.


  A friend who serves in the ministry told me of your work to inform your countrymen of the true nature of the atomic problem.  I was deeply impressed by Doctor Einstein's letter to our clergymen.  
  I would like to know more about this danger to our people.  I spent four years helping with the recent problem in Europe and the Pacific and I would not like to see a new generation of soldiers sent into action if it can be avoided through understanding our problems and removing the causes of war.  
  I would appreciate any information you might give me on this subject.  I am in a good position to pass along your information to many business men and youth organizations.  
                                Neal E. Brown

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