]]]]]]]        THE IMPORTANT BOOKS ON PEACE AND FREEZE        [[[[[[[ 

     * THE WAR CALLED PEACE -- THE SOVIET PEACE OFFENSIVE. Foreword by 
Congressman John Ashbrook, Afterword by West German Bundestag Member 
Helmut Sauer, ed. by John Rees, $5 from Western Goals, 309 Cameron 
St., Alexandria, VA 22314. A short history of the peace movement in 
the West, its guidance by the World Peace Council, an overview of the 
organizations from which it is made up, and much other highly inter-
esting information.
     * THE PEACE MOVEMENT AND THE SOVIET UNION by Vladimir Bukovsky, 
COMMENTARY, May 1982; reprinted by the Committee for the Free World,
211 E.51st St., New York, NY 10022 ($1.25), by one of the most articu-
late Soviet dissidents -- also explains why the Soviet "robots" in 
Afghanistan do not revolt.
     * THE INTELLIGENT LAYPERSON'S GUIDE TO THE NUCLEAR FREEZE AND 
PEACE DEBATE, 20 questions & answers on the most urgent issues of our 
time, by J.E. Larson and W.C. Bodie, $2.95 from the National Strategy 
Information Center, 111 E. 58th St., New York, NY 10022. Freeze what? 
Verify how? Disarm whom?
     * THE APOCALYPTIC PREMISE -- NUCLEAR ARMS DEBATED, Ed. E.W. Lefe-
ver and E.S. Hunt, $9 (paperb.) or $14 (hardb.), Ethics and the Public 
Policy Center, 1666 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20009. Re-
markable in that it presents BOTH sides. "Peace" promoters such as 
Leonid Brezhnev or Jonathan Schell, whose essays are also included in 
this volume, unintentionally but very effectively make the case for a 
strong defense of freedom.
     
     [Note: SOVIET (pronounced sa-VYET in Russian) is simply the Rus-
sian for COUNCIL. We prefer to call the corresponding institutions The 
"World Peace Soviet" and the "World Soviet of Churches" without sacri-
ficing any nuances in the translation.]


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