My hope is that we’ll find ways to work with people who devote their careers and lives to [nuclear weapons]. It’s really about, how do you work together on that long path toward solving a problem. And it’s more than just having someone endorse you on your [social media] profile or say, ‘Oh yeah, we’re connected in three degrees.’
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