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Against the state of nuclear terror

Author: Joel Kovel
Publisher: Boston : South End Press, 1984, ©1983.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st U.S. ed., rev. and updatedView all editions and formats
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"A look at the political, economic and psychological levels of the nuclear crisis. There are, says Koval, two kinds of nuclear states. There is the nuclear state apparatus whose ruling principle is domination through science; and there is the nuclear "state of being" which includes the psychology of living under the nuclear gun. The nuclear crisis is not a matter technically adjusting the nature and number of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Kovel
ISBN: 9780896082205 0896082202 9780896082199 0896082199
OCLC Number: 10948935
Description: xii, 250 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Terror. The varieties of responsibility ; State nuclear terror ; Paranoia --
Power. The culture of technocracy ; The general psychology of technology --
Hope. Principles of antinuclear politics ; The affinity group as the unit of antinuclear politics ; Goals of antinuclear politics ; Hope.
Responsibility: Joel Kovel.

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"A look at the political, economic and psychological levels of the nuclear crisis. There are, says Koval, two kinds of nuclear states. There is the nuclear state apparatus whose ruling principle is domination through science; and there is the nuclear "state of being" which includes the psychology of living under the nuclear gun. The nuclear crisis is not a matter technically adjusting the nature and number of warheads, but the agony and paranoia of an entire civilization"--Back cover.

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