AUTHORGollancz, Victor
TITLEThe Devil's Repertoire
PUBLISHERDoubleday
CITYNew York, NY
DATE PUBLISHED1958
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This emotionally powerful book presents a moral case for total nuclear disarmament from a British perspective. The author redefines disarmament to include even the contemplation of acquiring nuclear weapons and argues that disarmament should apply to all countries, whether they have nuclear capabilities or not. He claims that society has an ethical responsibility to humanity to act on its concerns about the future of nuclear technology. In addition to providing religious and spiritual reasons to abhor the contemplation, research, development, manufacture, and use of atomic weapons, the author quotes from letters of Hiroshima survivors about the consequences the atomic bomb has on humanity.


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