FIVE INTERVIEWS WITH LINUS PAULING:
During the autumn of 1960 Dr. Pauling was interviewed: first by telephone by Virginia Mill, and then at Cal Tech by Mill & Robert Carl Cohen.  Predictably, within the context of Cold War editorial attitudes which considered all viewpoints labeled "sympathetic to Communism" as unprintable, the interviews were rejected by mainstream publications in both the United States & Canada.  The most "sympathetic" rejection was by the TORONTO STAR:
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Despite the "...too many holes in Pauling's argument..." publications in Germany, India, & the USSR did print various length excerpts.  Copies of their articles & the original texts are in the Cal Tech Millikan Library Archives.  Dr. Pauling's appeals for accords limiting nuclear weapons stockpiles & delivery systems contributed to the eventual enactment of the Atmospheric Nuclear Weapons Test Ban, SALT, ABM & other similar accords.  Presented here, edited only for clarity, is the complete set of five interviews:

Telephone Interview (Oct. 4, 1960)

THE WAR AGAINST WAR - One (Nov. 2, 1960)
The Enemies of Peace: Cold War Profiteers, Politicians and the Press

THE WAR AGAINST WAR - Two
Personal Attack & The Attempt To Smear Peace

THE WAR AGAINST WAR - Three
The Fight For An A-Bomb Test Ban

THE WAR AGAINST WAR - Four
World Crisis, Possible Solutions, The Atomic Future

POSTSCRIPT - 2002

NO MORE WAR                                    RADFILM