Lawrence Wittner is Emeritus Professor of History at the State University of New York/Albany. He is a former co-editor of the journal Peace & Change, and has written or edited thirteen books, including Rebels against War, The Biographical Dictionary of Modern Peace Leaders, Peace Action, Working for Peace and Justice, and the award-winning scholarly trilogy The Struggle against the Bomb. He has served as president of the Peace History Society (an affiliate of the American Historical Association) and as convener of the Peace History Commission of the International Peace Research Association. He serves as co-chair of the national board of Peace Action, the largest grassroots peace organization in the United States.
Contribution to How to Ban the Bomb - A Roundtable
In addition to a reinvigorated popular movement for disarmament, we need a fundamentally redesigned national security framework.