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Sanity andsurvival in the nuclear age
Jerome D. Frank
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Simply, the book is an everyman’s guided tour through Atomic Age living. Decade by decade, Survive The Bomb shows the changing attitudes throughout the Cold War period. In the s, it was about World War II style solidarity and community involvement — building basement bomb shelters; joining Civil Defense units; and making sure one kept. Meanwhile, the culture shift from youth to old age that parallels the life cycle of the Baby Boomers is mirrored in a similar shift in things that go boom — nuclear weapons. In a recent Warscapes blog post titled Domesticating Nuclear Weapons, I wrote about an August American Ethnologist article.
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This Sanity andsurvival in the nuclear age book by Jerome Frank is the first that I am aware of which shed light on the very dangerous phenomenon of "projecting one's dark side on an enemy." Whether this is done at a personal level or nationally, it is highly counter-productive. And, in the nuclear age, as Frank notes, it is downright dangerous and ultimately suicidal.5/5(1).
And, in the nuclear age, as Frank notes, it is downright dangerous and ultimately suicidal. Frank was a pioneer in this field and well worth reading. I read the book during the 's when the intensified Cold War thankfully brought renewed attention back to the subject (e.g., "Images of the Enemy: Reporting the New Cold War" Sanity andsurvival in the nuclear age book Brian McNair).Cited by: This is a list of books about nuclear are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power.
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Cowling's courage takes the form of a hole that he begins digging in his backyard in an effort to "bury" all thoughts of the apocalypse.3/5(5). The Nuclear Age is about one man's slightly insane attempt to come to terms with a dilemma that confronts us alla little thing called The Bomb.
The year isand William Cowling has finally found the courage to meet his fears head-on. Cowling's courage takes the form of a hole that he begins digging in his backyard in an effort to "bury" all thoughts of Sanity andsurvival in the nuclear age book apocalypse/5.
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This subject examines the unique culture that developed in the United States after World War II. The dawn of the nuclear age and the ensuing Cold War fundamentally altered American politics and social life. It also led to a flowering of technological experimentation and rapid innovation in the sciences.
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About this Item: Ballinger Publishing Company, Cambridge Publishing Company, Hardcover. Quarto; VG/VG/ Hardcover; faded red spine with white and black text; spine has edge wear and has minor tears at the head and tail; dust jacket has slight bumps at the top, bottom and corners; with the exception of slight edge wear at the top, boards are clean; front free end-paper has an ink written.
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Survive the Bomb documents other U.S. government efforts to calm the collective psyche with nuclear survival cheerful and naïve representations unintentionally inspired countless schoolchildren to question authority at an early age. This strange era reached its peak in with the Cuban Missile Crisis, lasting at least until.
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The Book I read as a kid was called “After the Bomb”. It was supposed to be download pdf series but was a one off as the writer never continued it. In it, a kid finds an old shelter n his back yard and converts it into a Fort/hideout and that is a very good decision.The Age of Nuclear Weapons First true weapons of ebook destruction The first test of a fission atomic bomb = 20, tons of TNT.
The first thermonuclear ("hydrogen") bomb test = 10 million tons of TNT A nuclear device is no larger than traditional bombs, but it can .