|Author:||Ronald William Clark|
|Title:||The Greatest Power on Earth: The International Race for Nuclear Supremacy|
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|Publisher:||Harpercollins (April 1, 1981)|
the international race for nuclear supremacy /Ronald W. Clark. by Ronald William Clark. Published 1980 by Harper & Row, c1980. History, Nuclear energy, Nuclear fission.
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Start by marking The Greatest Power on Earth as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. s/t: The International Race for Nuclear Supremacy Traces the history and development of nuclear power from its theoretical origins in 1919 to the modern controversy surrounding it today, detailing the complex interplay of science, technology & international politics.
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Traces the history and development of nuclear power from its theoretical origins in 1919 to the modern controversy surrounding it today, detailing the complex interplay of science, technology, and international politics. The Greatest Power on Earth: The International Race for Nuclear Supremacy by Ronald William Clark.
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The prevention of nuclear warfare is on its way to becoming the most popular cause in the world. In nations large and small, East and West, people clearly comprehend the fearful destructive force of today’s atomic weapons. After four decades of living with the implicit threat of a nuclear bombardment, people in an ever growing grass-roots movement are demanding that politicians find a way to defuse the possibility of nuclear conflict
Ronald William Clark (2 November 1916 – 9 March 1987) was a British author of biography, fiction and non-fiction. Born in London, Clark was educated King's College School. In 1933, he embarked on a career as a journalist, and served as a war correspondent during the Second World War after being turned down for military service on medical grounds. As a war correspondent, Clark landed on Juno Beach with the Canadians on D-Day
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