Science and Defence
Science and Defence is a Science in Society reader with a series of essays discussing defence strategies with particular reference to nuclear weapons.
The book looks at why these weapons are 'a case apart' and the effects that they would have had on the wars that were raging at the time of writing in 1984.
1. Sir Neville Mott - Description of present options
2. Professor J H Humphrey - Medical consequences of a nuclear war
3. General Sir Hugh Beach - A war without nuclear weapons
4. Some recommended books.
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