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The New Congress Party: a New Third Party Focused on Specific Radical Legislative Changes To Promote Democracy and Peace

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A new third U.S. political party now taking shape is offering the American public something that is truly new. Tentatively called the "New Congress Party," it is the only third party to focus on specific radical legislative changes the U.S. Congress must make to maximize democracy at home and foster peace and happiness abroad. Since many of the 24 changes demanded by the party must be implemented simultaneously, it is important to educate the public now about why they are needed and the values that inform them. The online sources referenced below can play a helpful role in that process.

The 24 Changes Demanded by the "New Congress Party," with References to Online Sources Showing Why They Are Needed.

1. Work aggressively to dismantle all nuclear weapons and nuclear energy power plants, simultaneously and voluntarily, the world over as soon as possible.

www.BeyondNuclear.org Working for a world free from nuclear power and nuclear weapons.

www.wagingPeace.org   10 facts and 10 myths about nuclear weapons (Nuclear Age Peace Foundation).

www.globalZero.org    The International Movement for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.

www.iaea.org International Atomic Energy Agency.

www.ReachingCriticalWill.org   This is the disarmament program of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), the oldest women's peace organization in the world, founded in April 1915. 

www.gdr.org  Global Deactivation of Radiation Contamination.  

www.noNukes.nl/en   IKV Pax Christi is the joint peace organization of the Dutch Interchurch Peace Council (IKV) and Pax Christi Netherlands.  It works for peace, reconciliation and justice in the world.  It joins with people in conflict areas to work on a peaceful and democratic society. 

www.fas.org   Federation of American Scientists.

www.psr.org    Physicians for Social Responsibility.

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