Indefensible weapons: the political and psychological case against nuclearism

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Basic Books, 1991 - History - 323 pages
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Examining the premises of the arguments in favor of maintaining nuclear weapons capability, the authors argue that recovery after nuclear warfare is unlikely

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The World of the Bomb
Nuclear Illusions
SecurityThe Ultimate Psychologism

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A distinguished professor of psychology and psychiatry at John Jay College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Robert Jay Lifton is the author of many important works, including "The Nazis' Doctors," winner of the "Los Angeles Times" Book Prize, and "Death in Life," winner of the National Book Award.

Richard Falk is Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law and Practice at Princeton University.

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