Scott Horton on CSPAN2 Book TV for Hotter Than the Sun 8/28-8/29

by | Aug 28, 2022

Scott Horton, our Director and host of the Scott Horton Show, will be on CSPAN2 Book TV discussing his new book Hotter Than The Sun: Time to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.

This interview took place at FreedomFest last month and airs today (6:05pm EDT) and tomorrow (6:05am EDT). The video will be archived later at the CSPAN2 website.

Hotter Than the Sun contains interviews conducted over more than a decade with experts of all descriptions — including Daniel Ellsberg, Seymour Hersh, Gar Alperovitz, Hans Kristensen, Gordon Prather, Joe Cirincione and more — about the threat of nuclear war between major and minor powers, the nuclear arms-industrial complex, the nuclear programs and weapons of the so-called “rogue states” of Iraq, Iran, Syria, Israel and North Korea, the bitter truths and eternal lessons of America’s nuclear bombing of Japan in World War II and the dedicated activists working to abolish the bomb for all time.

Buy the book and listen to the full Scott Horton Show – Hotter Than the Sun interview playlist here.

Update: Video of the interview here.

About Connor Freeman

Connor Freeman is the assistant editor and a writer at the Libertarian Institute, primarily covering foreign policy. He is a co-host on Conflicts of Interest. His writing has been featured in media outlets such as and Counterpunch, as well as the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. He has also appeared on Liberty Weekly, Around the Empire, and Parallax Views. You can follow him on Twitter @FreemansMind96

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