The Milwaukee Journal
January 23, 1994
Three blocks northwest of the White House, a bronze statue of Union Adm. David Farragut stands vigil against Confederate artillery. Half a block farther north, a University of Wisconsin-Madison law professor stands vigil against a more modern and sinister threat: the spread of nuclear weapons.
From a humble start in 1986, Gary Milhollin – director of the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control – has become one of the world’s influential experts on the proliferation of the archetypal weapon of the 20th century.
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