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Facing Reality Series

This series of documents grew out of an April 1991 meeting of members of the Military Production Network (nee Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA)), other groups concerned with nuclear weapons issues, and a wide variety of funders, hosted by the Tides and W. Alton Jones Foundations, the Rockefeller Family Fund and the North Shore Unitarian Universalist Society/Veatch Program.

Facing Reality: The Future of the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex

(May 1992, 2.7M).

Facing Reality #2: Citizens' Guide to the Future of the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex

(September 1992, 1.2M).

Facing Reality #3: Beyond the Bomb: Dismantling Nuclear Weapons and Disposing of their Radioactive Wastes

(January 1994, 943k).

Facing Reality #4: Nuclear Weapons "Cleanup:" Prospect Without Precedent

(January 1995, 819k).

Facing Reality #5: Official Use Only: Ending the Culture of Secrecy in the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex

(July 1995, 830k).

Facing Reality #6: Citizen Law Enforcement: Fighting Environmental Crime at Facilities of the U.S. Departments of Energy and Defense

(May 1996, 2.9M).

Facing Reality #7: Reprocessing: The U.S. Department of Energy's Wasteful, Dangerous Scheme to Resume Plutonium Separation

(February 1997, 2.2M).

Facing Reality #8: Stockpile Stewardship of Nuclear Weapons: The Deal to Subsidize Nuclear Weaponeers

(March 1998, 2.2M).

Facing Reality #9: Short Fuse to Catastrophe: The Case for Taking Nuclear Weapons Off Hair-trigger Alert, A Joint Report of the Back from the Brink Campaign and the Project for Participatory Democracy

(February 2001, 2.4M).


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