The Fate of the Earth

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Knopf, 1982 - History - 244 pages
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Examines the biological, political, social, and moral consequences of nuclear warfare and asks how such a holocaust might be prevented.

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Of course, today we are EMPHASIZING climate disruption, and this had been modeled and predicted before. Reflecting analytically about the issues of ecological ethics are not entirely different ... Read full review

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Jonathan Schell teaches at Wesleyan University and the New School University. A Fellow at the Nation Institute and co-founder of a recently formed citizen s initiative to negotiate the abolition of nuclear weapons, he is the author of nine books including Fate of the Earth, which was published in twenty countries.

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