AUTHORStrauss, Lewis L.
TITLEMen and Decisions
CITYNew York, NY
ISBNno number - use WorldCat search boxn/a

This book chronicles bureaucrat Lewis Strauss’s experiences with and the undertakings of significant decision-makers in business and government with whom he worked. The book progresses autobiographically, as the featured decision-makers change along with Strauss’s career path. The author describes events involving the atomic and hydrogen bombs, the Cold War arms race and nuclear bomb testing, the decision to revoke J. Robert Oppenheimer’s security clearance, and the United States government’s decision to commit to atomic power. Strauss draws upon both personal experience and outside resources, with the emphasis being on the men who made the decision. The book contains black and white photographs.

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