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    Nuclear fear : a history of images

    Weart, Spencer R., 1942-

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    The fate of the earth

    Schell, Jonathan, 1943-

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    They never knew : the victims of nuclear testing

    Cheney, Glenn Alan.

    Examines the American government's role in developing nuclear weapons and conducting atomic testing, focusing on the effects of radiation on humans and the victims' attempts to sue the government for compensation.

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    Death in life : survivors of Hiroshima

    Lifton, Robert Jay, 1926-

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    Fortunes of war

    Coonts, Stephen, 1946-

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    The last full measure

    Reedy, Trent, author.

    Danny Wright is considered to be a hero by many in the rebel held area of Idaho and the Northwest, but he has little faith in what passes for a government there, or in the secretive and repressive Brotherhood--and when nuclear weapons are detonated in Washington, D.C. and New York, the Civil War suddenly turns into World War III.

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    Alas, Babylon; a novel

    Frank, Pat, 1908-

    A story of a group of people who rely on their own courage and ingenuity to survive in a town which escaped nuclear bombing.

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    The atomic cafe

    Focuses on the 1940's and 50's, showing film clips of the period, such as soldiers wearing sunglasses going into areas devastated by nuclear detonation and suburban families practicing using their bomb shelters. A satirical look at America's entry into the atomic age.

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