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Citizens Lobby for a US/Soviet Nuclear Weapons Freeze Rally

Citizens Lobby for a U.S./Soviet Nuclear Weapons Freeze rally on the U.S. Capitol Building stairs, unidentified adult Caucasian male on stage, stepping to podium to make an announcement; American flag banner as the stage backdrop: "Let me just begin by saying that ten minutes ago, the House Foreign Affairs Committee voted 27-9 in favor of the nuclear freeze." Loud cheers erupt at the news. Speaker continues: "Someone once observed that war is too important a business to be left exclusively to generals. By your presence today, and by actions of the American people around the country, it's very clear that the message to Washington is that arms control that is survival is too important a concern to be left to a few politicians. Probably the most mischievous notion in modern politics is that somehow we're in an inferior position with the Soviet Union. That there's a window of vulnerability out there that jeopardizes the lives and the safety of American citizens. As Charles Dickens would have said, 'This is humbug.' When you have the capacity to destroy the world many, many times over, there's no such notion as inferiority. A human being can only die once. Finally, let me just stress that the nuclear freeze movement is not intended to undercut any President's negotiating position. Instead, its intended to bolster the notion that any President of the United States will not have a political liability for being for arms control, for restraint, for a future for all Americans, all Russians, and all living citizens on the face of the Earth. Thank you very much." Speaker leaves stage as another man makes his way back to podium. Crowd of adult and young adult Caucasian men and women standing behind wooden barricade; general announcements are made off-camera; middle-aged adult Caucasian man holding up sign representing the state of Tennessee.
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Archive Films: Editorial
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08 March, 1983
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Washington, DC, United States
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Archive Films Editorial
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