A Path Where No Man Thought: Nuclear Winter and the End of the Arms Race
Today, global nuclear arsenals hold nearly 60,000 weapons, sufficient to devastate every city on Earth 25 times over. Nuclear policy in the U.S. and Russia was based on "winning" a nuclear war--until 1983, when the discovery of nuclear winter helped to alter this outlook radically. Illustrated.
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2 The Idea of Nuclear Winter
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