A fascinating and timely look at an archetypal campaigning organisation. Published to mark the 60th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Uses interviews with key figures and grassroots activists to narrate the highs and lows of five decades of CND. From the mass protests at Aldermaston and Greenham Common to years when it had just a 'shoebox-full' of members, CND - Now More Than Ever is set to be the definitive history of CND. Using first hand accounts from activists stretching back to its foundation in 1958 as well as interviews with victims of nuclear fallout, Hudson explores the origin of our nuclear world and outlines the nuclear problems that still face us today. Illegal wars, NATO expansion and America's 'Son of Star Wars' all add up to one fact: CND is needed. Indeed it is needed now more than ever.