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One World or None: A Report to the Public on the Full Meaning of the Atomic BombUser Review - Book Verdict
With the two Japanese A-bombs fresh on the public's mind, this book sold more than 100,000 copies in 1946. J.R. Oppenheimer, Albert Einstein, and 12 other scientists who developed nuclear technology offer their thoughts and concerns for the freshly dawned nuclear age. Many of these concerns, no doubt, still are on people's minds.
Review: One World or None: A Report to the Public on the Full Meaning of the Atomic BombUser Review - Hywel Owen - Goodreads
Written only a few short months after the first atomic bomb had been dropped on Hiroshima, this is a set of linked essays by prominent individuals connected with the Manhattan Project, including ... Read full review
By the Bomb's Early Light: American Thought and Culture at the Dawn of the ...
Paul S. Boyer
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An Atomic Arms Race and Its Alternatives Irving Langmuir
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Can We Avert an Arms Race by an Inspection System?
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