Pam Solo

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Pam Solo (born 1946) is an arms control analyst, and Founder and President of the Civil Society Institute.[1]


She co-founded the Rocky Flats campaign.[2] In 1978 she was co-director the national Nuclear Weapons Facilities Task Force. She was one of the founders and leaders of the national Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign.[3] She signed a letter in support of eight Czechoslovak protestors who were arrested in 1989.[4]

She was the campaign director for Pat Schroeder and managed Schroeder's Presidential exploratory campaign.[5] She worked for the Armed Services Committee staff.

She was active in the Nuclear Weapons Freeze movement, and helped to found Freeze Voter.[6] In 1992, she founded the Civil Society Institute.



  • From Protest to Policy: Beyond the Freeze to Common Security, Ballinger, 1988, ISBN 978-0-88730-112-4
  • The Promise and Politics of Stem Cell Research, Authors Pam Solo, Gail Pressberg, Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007, ISBN 978-0-275-99038-1
  • "A Nation of Learners", Letters to the next president: what we can do about the real crisis in public education, Editor Carl D. Glickman, Teachers College Press, 2004, ISBN 978-0-8077-4427-7
  • "Beyond Theory: Civil Society in Action", Community Works: The Revival of Civil Society in America, Editor E. J. Dionne, Brookings Institution Press, 2000, ISBN 978-0-8157-1867-3