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Part 1 of an MIT series of talks on the Future of Nuclear Technology
Joseph Cirincione, Senior VP, Center for American Progress
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Feb. 23, 2007, 3:59 a.m.
Author of "Bomb Scare: the History and Future of Nuclear Weapons," Cirincione lays out his 3P+T+E=NW theory for why some countries have nukes and others do not. He also makes a strong case that the Bush administration is poised to attack Iran.
Talk sponsored by the Technology and Culture Forum (MIT) and the MIT Student Pugwash - recorded by David Goodman for the Independent Broadcast Information Service.
approx 45 minutes long, this is the raw speech. No editing has been done. Recorded using wireless lav and Marantz PMD660.

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00:42:15 1 Feb. 22, 2007
MIT room 6-120, Canbridge MA
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