Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
|Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament|
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament was founded in 1957 in the wake of widespread fear of nuclear conflict and the effects of nuclear tests.
CND experienced a surge in popularity in the 1980s. This development appears to have been actively countered by the deep state. Opposition included illegal wiretapping of the leadership by MI5 and 'dirty tricks' organised by groups such as Winston Churchill II's Campaign for Peace Through Freedom.
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