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Recovery From Nuclear Attack
Barry Leonard (ed)
This 1988 report will be of interest to all concerned with civil defense and nuclear attack. The “impossibility” of recovery is often advanced as a reason for doing nothing to develop an effective civil defense program for the U.S. However, those who have devoted years to the study of civil defense in general, and post-attack problems in particular, do not agree that recovery would be impossible. If a large-scale nuclear exchange should ever occur, the result would be a massive disaster for the all involved. But this is not the same as saying that recovery would be “impossible.” This pub. responds to the inquiries on nuclear attack recovery issues; it deals with the difficult issues of the effects of the use of nuclear weapons against the U.S. Illus.
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