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To Win A Nuclear War

The Pentagon’s Secret War Plans

To Win a Nuclear War records as fully as we are likely to find what has gone on in the minds of American leaders and nuclear strategists on this awesome subject during these fateful forty years. It is an appalling story… This book compels us to re-think and re-write the history of the Cold War and the arms race.”--From the foreword by Ramsey Clark, former Attorney General of the United States. To Win a Nuclear War provides a startling glimpse into secret U.S. plans to initiate a nuclear war from 1945 to the present. Based on recently declassified Top Secret documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, this book meticulously traces how U.S. policy makers in over a dozen episodes have threatened to initiate a nuclear attack. The book also documents the surprising reasons why the war plans were never carried out and discloses the deeper, hidden meaning of the Star Wars program.

257 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2


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Table of Contents

Table of Contents Acknowledgements Foreword by Ramsey Clark Summary Chart of Pentagon War Plans Introduction: To Win a Nuclear War The First Era (1945-1960): Massive pre-emption Occupying the Soviet Union BROILER: Atomic Bombs over Berlin

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