In any discussion of Nuclear Weapons, Grenville Clark (1882-
1967) is an important figure. He had a long, happy, and successful life.
Born to wealth, power, and position, his historic achievements included
distinction in two wars-launching the Plattsburg training camps
which were the catalyst of the Preparedness Movement in World War
I, and in World War II virtually single-handedly securing the enactment
of the Selective Service and Training Act of 1940 which produced
a minimally armed America on the eve of Pearl Harbor.
Dunne, Gerald T.
"A Grenville Clark Hypothetical,"
Nova Law Review: Vol. 7:
1, Article 14.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/nlr/vol7/iss1/14