Rauch, Thomas M.

Rauch, Thomas M.
Rauch, Thomas McQuie (Tom), 1931-, interviewee; Ciarlo, Dorothy D., interviewer;
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People: Thomas M. Rauch (director of “Encirclement” protest in 1983), Dr. John Cobb, Judy Danielson, John Duggan (Regis College student), Bob Fried (Physicians for Social Responsibility), Jim and Pat Kelly, Dr. Ed Martell, Jason Saltzman (Greenpeace), Niels Schonbeck, David Skaggs, Pam Solo, Jim Stone (former Rocky Flats engineer), Bob Williams (manager of Rocky Flats under Dow Chemical)


Places: American Friends Service Committee, Clergy and Laity Concerned About Vietnam, Regis College, Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant


Subjects: Catholicism, Jesuit priesthood, peace movement, protest against Vietnam War, Rocky Flats Action Group, Lamm-Wirth Task Force on Rocky Flats, Rocky Flats Monitoring Council, Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, Rocky Flats Truth Force, Rocky Flats Encirclement (planning, committees, process, actual encirclement, walkie-talkies, not completing the entire plant), plan for incineration of low level waste (public education, protest), closing of production at Rocky Flats, Rocky Flats Local Impacts Initiative, Citizens Advisory Board, feelings about nuclear weapons production, protests at Rocky Flats, nuclear threat world-wide.


Antinuclear movement Colorado.
Demonstrations Colorado Rocky Flats.
Labor unions Colorado Rocky Flats.
Nuclear disarmament.
Nuclear weapons plants Environmental aspects Colorado Rocky Flats.
Nuclear weapons Moral and ethical aspects.
Boulder (Colo.) History.
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