Frank von Hippel

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Frank von Hippel

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

As at April 1984, Frank von Hippel served on the Board of Directors for The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists journal.[1]

Opposing loans to Chile

In 1987, Joanne Landy, Thomas Harrison and Gail Daneker, Directors, Campaign for Peace and Democracy/East and West, New York, circulated a statement Against Loans to Chile calling upon the Reagan Administration to oppose all loans to Chile.

It has been signed by leading "peace, labor, human rights, religious and cultural figures from the United States, Western Europe and Latin America." They were "joined by a large number of activists and writers from the USSR and Eastern Europe, many of whom have been persecuted in their own countries for work in independent peace and human rights movements."

Frank von Hippel endorsed the call.

The majority of signatories were affiliated with Democratic Socialists of America.[2]

Pugwash Conferences Council

In 1988 Frank von Hippel was listed as serving on the Council of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs.[3]

Federation of American Scientists

In 2009 Frank von Hippel served on the Board of Sponsors of the Federation of American Scientists.[4]