Paperback, 223 pages;
Paradigm Publishers, 2012;
Commenting on the book, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said, “We are greatly privileged, like flies on the wall, to join this conversation between two remarkable stalwarts, Richard Falk and David Krieger, in the campaign for a nuclear-free world. If we want to survive in a habitable world, then we have no choice – we must heed, and do so urgently, these lovers of humankind.”
Daniel Ellsberg, who famously released the Pentagon Papers in 1971, said, “In The Path to Zero, Falk and Krieger engage in a stunningly eloquent dialogue on a range of nuclear dangers and our common responsibility to put an end to them. This is urgent reading for citizens, scientists, policy-makers, and political leaders – actually for anyone who cares about the future of civilization and life on earth.”
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