James Endicott was an important figure in the peace movement in Canada for almost half a century. He was a leader during the 1940s and 1950s, when the cause of peace enjoyed less popular support than it does today, and he remained active for the rest of his life. He was uncompromising in his devotion to his cause, and remained faithful to his principles at considerable professional and personal cost. He was an inspiring leader and earned the respect and affection of those who worked with him. Science for Peace extends its deepest sympathy to his family.
An obituary appeared in the Globe and Mail on November 29.
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