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Topic - Gary Hart
A group of four retired military officials and senators have expressed their support for the new START agreement as the nuclear arms reduction treaty between the United States and Russia makes its way through the Senate.
," Mr. Hart told Mr. Fallows. "I am convinced that if it had not been for 9/11, we would be in a military showdown with China today."
"Any time we use nuclear weapons, it is a failure of national security," said former Sen. Gary Hart, Colorado Democrat, adding that nuclear disarmament must begin with the United States and Russia, which together hold 90 percent of the world's nuclear weapons.