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January/February 1985

[Vol. 7, No. 2]

 

FOCUS: THE APOCALYPSE CONCERT

 

Terrence Des Pres reviews The Road From Hiroshima by Marc Kaminsky

 

Ira Bashkow reviews The Day After World War III by Edward Zuckerman and The Command and Control of Nuclear Weapons by Paul Bracken

 

Harold Freeman and Kathleen Adams review The Atomic Bomb and the Future of Man by Karl Jaspers and No Place To Hide by David Bradley

 

Allen Hershkowitz reviews The Fate of the Earth and The Abolition by Jonathan Schell and With Enough Shovels by Robert Scheer

 

Allan Danzig reviews The Penultimate Truth by Philip K. Dick,

 

Barry Wallenstein reviews The Butter Battle Book by Dr. Seuss

 

Ed Sanders reviews Missile Envoy by Dr. Helen Caldicott

 

Letters to the Editor

 

Mark Jarman reviews Sad Days of Light by Peter Balakian

 

VIEWPOINTS: SECRETIVE POLITICS

 

Steve Martinot reviews The Death of Che Guevara by Jay Cantor,

Leon Surette reviews The Roots of Treason by E. Fuller Torrey, M.D.

 

Received and Recommended

 

Alfred Corn reviews Collected Prose by Elizabeth Bishop

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