Better a shield than a sword: perspectives on defense and technology
A controversial scientist offers personal reflections on physicists such as Einstein, Szilard, and Fermi, views of the events at Los Alamos and the Oppenheimer affair, and his stance on arms control and nuclear policy
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Better a Shield than a Sword
Who Is Ahead?
Peace by Agreement
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