Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

The 40th Year
1
Atomic bombs (History), Disarmament (History), Hiroshima (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1945), Nagasaki (Japan) (History, Bombardment, 1945)
How Well They Meant
9
Leaving the Bomb Project
16
Looking Back on Los Alamos
20
Niels Bohr and the Young Scientists
23
Niels Henrik David Bohr (Danish physicist.); 1885-1962
U.S. and Soviet Security Perspectives
89
United States (Defenses), Soviet Union (Defenses)
Nongovernmental Organizations
94
Peace movement (International aspects)
North-South Issues and East-West Confrontation
97
East and West, Developing countries (Foreign relations, Economic relations)
A Militarized Society
102
Nuclear weapons, Military-industrial complex
History of the Nuclear Stockpile
106
Nuclear weapons

Reflections of a British Participant
27
Forty Years of Muddling Through
30
The Technological Imperative
34
Nuclear weapons
The Heyday of Myth and Cliche
38
Nuclear energy (Social aspects)
Radiological Warfare: the Path Not Taken
44
Radiological warfare, Nuclear research (History), World War, 1939-1945 (United States)
New Evidence on Truman's Decision
50
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972
Japan's Policies Since 1945
57
Anti-nuclear movement (Japan), Japan (Defenses)
Hiroshima and Nagasaki Revisited
63
Hiroshima (Japan) (Photographs), Nagasaki (Japan) (Photographs)
Survivor Studies and Radiation Standards
68
Atomic bombs (Physiological effects)
Delayed Biomedical Effects of the Bombs
72
Atomic bombs (Physiological effects)
Nuclear Power
76
Nuclear energy
Lessons of the Arms Race
80
Soviet Union (Defenses, Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Soviet Decision-making on Defense
84
Soviet Union (Military policy)
Erosion of U.S. Foreign Relations
110
United States (Foreign relations)
Secrecy and National Security
114
Official secrets, Internal security, Government and the press
The Media: Playing the Government's Game
118
Government and the press, Nuclear warfare (Press coverage)
Lobbying for Arms Control
125
Anti-nuclear movement
Uncertainty of the Status Quo
131
Nuclear weapons, Disarmament
Liberation from Military Logic
136
International security, Nuclear warfare (Prevention)
Disengaging Europe from the Superpowers
140
Anti-nuclear movement (Europe), Europe (Politics and government), United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, United States)
Reducing U.S. and Soviet Nuclear Arsenals
144
Nuclear weapons (Soviet Union), Disarmament
Parallel Cuts in Nuclear and Conventional Forces
152
Disarmament
Prospects for Conventional Deterrence in Europe
158
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Arms Control and the Year 2000
164
Disarmament, Two thousand (Year)
Toward a Nuclear-age Ethos
168
Nuclear warfare (Psychological aspects), Anti-nuclear movement

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