Common Sense and Nuclear Warfare: Volume 7 (Routledge by Bertrand Russell

By Bertrand Russell

Written on the top of the chilly conflict in 1959, Common experience and Nuclear Warfare was once released in an attempt 'to hinder the disaster which might end result from a wide scale H-bomb war'. Bertrand Russell’s staunch anti-war stance is made very transparent during this hugely debatable textual content, which outlines his sharp insights into the specter of nuclear clash and what could be performed to prevent it. Russell’s argument, that the single solution to finish the specter of nuclear struggle is to finish battle itself, is as correct this present day because it used to be on first publication.

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