The Union of Concerned Scientists is an advocacy group that was formed in 1969 at MIT to raise awareness about the use of science by the military. The nonprofit organization often speaks out about issues like nuclear proliferation and is still active today. In 2017, the Novak Archive received the group's FBI file through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
In a letter from the FBI, I was informed that 208 pages were reviewed and 195 pages were released, with a large number of redactions. The file shows that from the very beginning the FBI was tracking the organization's efforts and concerned about its dissident activities.
You can read the entire file at Archive.org (Part 1 and Part 2)Read More