Lawrence Wittner

Dr. Lawrence Wittner is Professor of History emeritus at SUNY/Albany and the author of Confronting the Bomb (Stanford University Press.)

Will Americans Vote for a Democratic Socialist?

Corporate Welfare Fails to Deliver the Jobs

The Vietnam War:  After 40 Years

Who Are the Nuclear Scofflaws?

Poetry of Sorrow and Hope

New York’s 200-Year Conspiracy for Peace

Will the U.S. Government Stand Alone in Rejecting Children’s Rights?

Once Again on the Nuclear Warpath?

Conservative Contradictions

Do Wars Really Defend America’s Freedom?

How Rich Are the 400 Richest Americans?

The United States is No. 1, But in What?

Nationalist Illusions

Pope Francis, ISIS and the United Nations

Why Are Campus Administrators Making So Much Money?

Does War Have a Future?

University Presidents Are Laughing All the Way to the Bank

The Limits of Military Power

A Looming Nuclear Catastrophe?

America’s Peace Ship

Inequality on Campus

The American People and Support for War

Cultivating the ‘Entrepreneurial Spirit’ at America’s Largest University

Eliminating Nuclear Weapons

The Syrian Dilemma

Choices in the Midst of a Murderous World

Why is the US Still Preparing for Nuclear War?

When Education is a Business

Corporate Welfare or Education?

At Universities, Too, the Rich Grow Richer

Investing in War

Corporate Welfare in Maryland

Has Obama Abandoned His Commitment to a Nuclear Free World?

Gun Control and Arms Control

America’s True Religion: Shopping

How Hawkish Are Americans?

The Republican “Small Government” Fraud

Do Nuclear Weapons Really Deter Aggression?

Should NATO Be Handling World Security?

A Potent Symbol of Worker Discontent

The Shame of Nations

The Race for What’s Left

Try a Little Nuclear Sanity

Wittner Memoir

Return to MAD?

The Romney Doctrine

The Latest Nuclear Weapons Plant

How to Save a Quarter Trillion Dollars


The Global Arms Bazaar