Editorial

I should like to call your attention to an important new book entitled “Bread not Bombs” by Douglas Roche, published by The University of Alberta Press in Edmonton. Senator Roche is well known to Science for Peace and has been associated with us in a number of projects, including a joint seminar with the Canadian Pugwash Group on Canada’s role in nuclear disarmament discussed elsewhere in this Bulletin. The book, in the author’s words,”… is about a peace for the 21st century that can only be obtained by advancing a social justice agenda.” It ranges widely over the obstacles that we face in the search for a just and peaceful world, and suggests ways in which these may be overcome. A review by Ron Shirtliff will appear in the next issue of Peace Magazine.

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