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Review: Indefensable Weapons: The Political and Psychological Case Against NuclearismUser Review - Goodreads
way to dated...read in 1985 or so.
By the Bomb's Early Light: American Thought and Culture at the Dawn of the ...
Paul S. Boyer
No preview available - 1985
Chapter 1 The World of the Bomb
Chapter 8 A Break in the Human Chain
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absurdity actual American antinuclear movement anxiety arms control associated atomic bomb awareness become behavior capabilities capacity challenge confronted context course crisis Cuban Missile Crisis cultural danger death defense destroy destruction deterrence disarmament doctrine Edward Teller effects enemy especially Europe existence experience fear feel forces foreign policy fundamental fundamentalist global Herman Kahn Hiroshima holistic world picture human illusion imagery of extinction imagine influence insistence Jonathan Schell kind leadership limited nuclear Machiavellian world picture means ment militarist military mind missiles moral Nagasaki national security no-first-use nuclear advantage nuclear arms race nuclear attack nuclear option nuclear threat nuclear weapons nuclearist numbing one's overall peace peace movement political leaders possible psychic psychological radiation relation response Richard Falk Robert Jay Lifton role scientists secret sense Soviet Union strategic struggle superpowers survival survivors symbolic targets tegic threatened tion tive United vulnerability weap weaponry