Missile Envy: The Arms Race and Nuclear War
The founder of the Women's Party for Survival and a former practicing pediatrician argues that both the U.S. and Soviet governments are more willing to use nuclear weapons than is generally thought and explains how each individual can contribute to intern
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How Long Will the Earth Survive?
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