Treaty Banning Tests of Nuclear Weapons
Source: Newsletter, November 1963
Context: President Jerome S. Bruner sent the following statement to The New York Times in the name of the society.
Position Statement: “The treaty banning tests of nuclear weapons in the atmosphere and under water has certain important benefits that particularly impress us as psychologists. Not only will it end the growing and increasingly justified fear of fallout damage to our children and to future generations, but it also offers an opportunity to both the Soviet Union and the United States to demonstrate with minimal risk, their sincere desire for peace.