April 8, 10, 15, 21 & 22, 2014 – Carbondale, Illinois
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=) hi brent, I just wanted to write you a note to say what a great article this is! I’ve personally shared it in several places on my personal feeds (as it was too good to just ignore but it wasn’t on topic for the #globalzero FB group, as I’m curating that really close to topic focusing on the nuclear issue). But I really wanted to let you know how much it is appreciated and express my gratitude for your work!
Great work Brent!!!!
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