The Nuclear Seduction by William A. Schwartz, Charles Derber

The Nuclear Seduction

The Nuclear Seduction
by William A. Schwartz, Charles Derber

Publisher: University of California Press 1989
ISBN/ASIN: 0520082834
ISBN-13: 9780520082830
Number of pages: 308

Description:
This study challenges current assumptions of the post-Cold War period that previous dangers concerning the arms race and nuclear war will fade into obscurity. It contends that today's nuclear problems are based upon interventions by the USA and its allies in such areas as the Lebanon and Angola.

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