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text Almighty : courage, resistance, and existential peril in the nuclear age

Summary
"A riveting, chilling tale of how a group of ragtag activists infiltrated one of the most secure nuclear weapons sites in the United States, told alongside a broader history of America's nuclear stewardship, from the early stages of the Manhattan ... Read more
Contents

Part I. Action -- Manhattan -- The Field -- The Prophet -- The Miracle -- Security -- Part II. Reaction -- Washington -- Oak Ridge -- The Trial -- Part III. Relativity/Uncertainty -- The Modern Paradox -- Good Faith -- Epilogue.

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Description
402 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Publisher
Blue Rider Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House 2016

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TADL-WOOD 327 ZAK in Adult Non-fiction Available

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