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A Short History Of Nuclear Folly

Nuclear weapons played a big role in the U.S. winning World War Two and the Cold War. But, argues Rudolph Herzog, they also have a long history of fools and villains stealing and misusing them. And even when they helped, they've left a terrible legacy of radiation.


Rudolph Herzog, author or "A Short History of Nuclear Folly"



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Monday, May 6, 2013
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