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The scorpion and the tarantula; the struggle to control atomic weapons, 1945-1949

Author: Joseph I Lieberman
Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1970.
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Lieberman, Joseph I.
Scorpion and the tarantula.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1970
(OCoLC)578606709
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph I Lieberman
OCLC Number: 98286
Description: xiv, 460 pages 22 cm
Contents: PART 1. BEFORE HIROSHIMA: 1. A quiet beginning ; 2. The futile, but visionary, efforts of Niels Bohr ; 3. Bush, Conant, and Stimson begin to lobby for atomic control ; 4. Scientific agitation ; 5. The Interim Committee's perfunctory response ; 4. Scientific agitation ; 6. Potsdam and the attack --
PART 2. AFTER HIROSHIMA: 7. The force from which the sun draws its power ; 8. Stimson departs and is forgotten ; 9. The scientists and the British force America to act ; 10. Moving slowly toward Moscow ; 11. The Moscow Conference --
PART 3. THE AMERICAN PLAN: 12. A feeling of acute revulsion ; 13. The Acheson-Lilienthal report ; 14. The Baron of Hobcaw ; 15. "The last, best hope on Earth" --
PART 4. FAILURE AT THE UNITED NATIONS: 16. The Russian response ; 17. The breach grows wider ; 18. Henry Wallace and the American consensus ; 19. A hollow victory ; 20. The parallel monologue --
PART V. CONCLUSIONS: 21. Sharing the guilt.
Responsibility: [by] Joseph I. Lieberman.

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