COLUMBIA — In 1962, Bill Wickersham, then the program director of the Memorial Student Union at MU, attended a meeting that brought him to realize that his country could be preparing to kill millions of people in one strike. It would have been possible with the nuclear arms that the United States had been amassing during the Cold War years, he learned.
MU professors and peace activists aim for nuclear arms awareness
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