“The unleashing of the power of the atom bomb has changed everything except our mode of thinking, and thus we head toward unparalleled catastrophes.” Albert Einstein

Thinking clearly and bringing morally grounded practical policies into action is necessary to avoid catastrophe. Presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev did just that when they met in Geneva, Switzerland in 1985.

The two leaders put in motion enormous social change by applying common sense to humanity’s greatest existential threat. They stated clearly the need for cooperation to make the world safer and avoid nuclear war…


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