Reason Enough To Hope: America And The World Of The Twenty First Century
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Reason Enough To Hope: America And The World Of The Twenty First Century

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In this "blue-sky" effort to rethink humanity's basic challenges, Philip Morrison and Kosta Tsipis - both eminent scientists with deep expertise in arms control issues - sketch the broad outlines for a global approach to the problems of security and development. Their goal is to set priorities for feasible action, and their focus is threefold: war and particularly the cont...more
Hardcover, 210 pages
Published November 18th 1998 by MIT Press (MA)
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