Category: Apocalypse Never

Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility

Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility (part 1 of 3) Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility (part 2 of 3) Presentation to Physicians for Social Responsibility (part 3 of 3)

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Eisha Mason Interviews Tad Daley on “The Way Forward”

Tad discusses the immediate nuclear weapons peril, the vision of nuclear weapons abolition, and his new book, Apocalypse Never, with Eisha Mason on her show, “The Way Forward,” on KPFK Los Angeles, 90.7 FM. July 19, 2010.

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Maria Armoudian interviews Tad Daley on “The Insighters”

Tad discusses the immediate nuclear weapons peril, the vision of nuclear weapons abolition, and his new book, Apocalypse Never, with Maria Armoudian on her show, “The Insighters,” on KPFK Los Angeles, 90.7 FM. July 15, 2010.

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JTMP Interview — Excerpt

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JTMP Interview With Dr. Daley

VIDEO LINK: Interview with Tad Daley (full version) Justice Through Music Project caught up with Tad Daley Рauthor of the book, Apocalypse Never Рat a Physicians for Social Responsibility event held in the home of a local organizer. Tad spoke

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Presentation on Apocalypse Never (video link)

VIDEO LINK Speaking about Apocalypse Never Presentation at a Physicians for Social Responsibility event in June 2010.

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Discussing Apocalypse Never on AIRTALK with Larry Mantle

Tad Daley discusses his new book, APOCALYPSE NEVER, on KPCC, Southern California Public Radio, 89.3 FM, on AIRTALK with Larry Mantle. June 10, 2010

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Read This Book Or Die: Review of Apocalypse Never

Tad Daley writes, in his new book, “Apocalypse Never: Forging the Path to a Nuclear Weapon-Free World,” that he would like his book to have the impact of “Common Sense,” “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” or “The Jungle.” Yeah, buddy, what author

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