- War Without Winners
- 16mm color film, 1978, 28 mins.
- A fresh and delightful appeal to reason that makes you want to stop building bigger weapons and start living. A look at arms control from the point of view of common people. Moving segments of Eisenhower's speeches against developing nuclear arsenals are interwoven with music and interviews with arms control specialists and with Russians and Americans on the street. The film clearly shows that while big money is to be made in the arms race, there are no winners in a nuclear war. None! An excellent counter to those pushing increased arms spending. Narrated by Rear Admiral Gene R. LaRocque, U.S. Navy (ret.).
Nuclear Weapons; Cold War