AUTHORCohen, Sam
TITLEShame: Confessions of the Father of the Neutron Bomb
PUBLISHERXlibris
CITYPhiladelphia, PA
DATE PUBLISHED2000
ISBN0-7388-2230-2


In this autobiography, Sam Cohen, the nuclear weapons analyst who invented the concept of the neutron bomb, provides sketches of his work throughout his career, from Los Alamos to the RAND corporation. Written in an informal style, the book includes descriptions of people Cohen knew and worked with over the years who are responsible for nuclear policy. Cohen also gives his opinions on nuclear weapons policy and how it should be changed. The final chapter is about nuclear terrorists and the possibility of low-yield pure-fission neutron bombs.


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