20 Years Ago in TIME

June 2002
Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/10/2002, Issue 22, p16
Presents an article which appeared in the May 10, 1982 issue of this magazine, which presented a government report from New Zealand. Rejection of nuclear weapons by New Zealanders; Optimism of residents of New Zealand that they might survive a nuclear war; Report which was appointed by the government that includes a fictional account of nuclear war and the survival of New Zealand.


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