• Edited by David Krieger and Carah Ong. Hold Hope, Wage Peace is an inspiring collection of essays that will rouse you to take action for the creation of a more just and secure world. The book includes a foreword by eminent journalist Walter Cronkite and articles by Nuclear Age Peace Foundation President David Krieger, famed primatologist Jane Goodall, Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, Soka Gakkai International President Daisaku Ikeda, Nobel Prize Laureate Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Body Shop founder Anita Roddick, historian Howard Zinn, and many others.  
  • By Frank K. Kelly "Here is a work on Truman that puts a clearer light on his optimism and his belief in human potential than other biographies. This volume is not only good reading - it provides insights into a dimension of the American character that Harry Truman deeply believed in. Frank Kelly, perhaps more than anyone else, was in a position to appreciate this and to help articulate it." -- Hugh Downs, ABC News Commentator  
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    God’s Tears: Reflections on the Atomic Bombs Dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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    By David Krieger Tadatoshi Akiba, Mayor of Hiroshima, said of this book: "Nuclear weapons have done enough damage. The tragedy that Hiroshima and Nagasaki have experienced must never happen to anyone anywhere ever again. In this book, David Krieger has combined reason, passion, and aesthetic skill to convey this fundamental message of the hibakusha. In a few carefully crafted, poetic pages, he presents facts and feelings that reaffirm a profound truth: the only constructive mission of nuclear weapons lies in their total abolition. Krieger has made a significant contribution to that end."  
  • A vital tool for building our future, this work is both eye-opening and inspiring. Alice Walker sums it up well in her assertion that “Dream of a Nation offers hundreds of ideas and examples of how smart, committed, and daring we can be.” Offering a laser-focus on solutions, Dream of a Nation restores faith that we can solve our current looming environmental, economic and societal challenges.  
  • By David Krieger and Daisaku Ikeda. Choose Hope puts forth the profound proposition that ordinary people can and must lead their leaders to a globally secure future. We can end the threat of nuclear devastation if we choose to do so.
  • Edited by Richard Falk and David Krieger. This book focuses on an even more urgent and “inconvenient truth” than global warming. At the nuclear precipice, humanity’s choices are catastrophe or transformation. This book explores the present nuclear predicament, and how to step away from the precipice and assure humanity’s future. It examines the intersections between international law and national policies; and between nuclear proliferation, nuclear terrorism and nuclear disarmament. The book offers a way out if policy makers of leading countries can summon the vision and political will to move in a new direction.  
  • By Douglas Roche, O.C. Former Canadian Senator Douglas Roche presents a history of the 1995 NPT renewal conference, an international movement toward abolition of nuclear weapons, the role of civil society in global security, and the ethics of nuclear abolition.  
  • You are invited to eavesdrop as Dorothie and Martin Hellman reveal the secrets that allowed them to transform an almost failed marriage into one where they reclaimed the true love that they felt when they first met fifty years ago. Their marriage became a laboratory, where they learned how to resolve seemingly unfathomable differences through holistic thinking and compassion. Listen in on their conversations so that you can do the same. To order the Kindle, hard cover or paperback version directly from amazon.com, click here.
  • Edited by David Krieger and Carah Ong. A Maginot Line in the Sky: International Perspectives on Ballistic Missile Defense brings together the views of eighteen contributors of different nationalities, including Americans, on the proposed US Ballistic Missile Defense plans. These perspectives should be included in any intelligent discussion of whether or not the US should proceed as it is currently planning.  

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