Mike Wallace Interview with Ralph Lapp
Nuclear physicist Ralph Lapp, who helped develop the atomic bomb but gave up research to write and lecture against further nuclear testing,… read more
Nuclear physicist Ralph Lapp, who helped develop the atomic bomb but gave up research to write and lecture against further nuclear testing, talked to Mike Wallace about the dangers that fallout from atomic tests poses to the lives and health people arougn the globe. Topics included the Atomic Energy Commission, cancer, the social responsibility of scientists, the Manhattan project, Hiroshima, and religion.
This is a kinescope of the nationally televised prime-time program, “The Mike Wallace Interview.” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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