- CA ON00239 F02855-S1-98
- 26 Mar. 1986
Psychologist and Professor Anatole Rapaport discusses his views on why we can con ceptualize war without the element of hatred in modern times. Side One: The institution of war has survived despite the repulsion of it which emerged after the two world wars. He argues that with the development of nuclear weapons and what he terms the intellectualization of war, war is possible without hatred, bravery of fierceness, and that Americans and Societs involved in defense systems are actually allies who cause each other to prosper and grow. Side Two: Finish of address. Question and answer period with the audience.