John Foster, Jr.

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John Foster Jr. is a distinguished scientist whose career working in the U.S. weapons complex dates back to the early years of the atomic era. Closely affiliated with a long line of hardline policy initiatives, Foster was a member of two hawkish advocacy outfits—the 1970s incarnation of the Committee on the Present Danger (CPD) and the American Security Council. He collaborated on the controversial Team B exercise and led a congressionally appointed panel (the so-called Foster Panel), which played a role in pushing for new nuclear weapons production.[1]


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  1. John S. Foster, Jr., Sourcewatch, accessed 20 July 2008.