AUTHORPalevsky, Mary
TITLEAtomic Fragments: A Daughter's Questions
PUBLISHERUniversity of California Press
CITYBerkeley, CA

In this book, Mary Palevsky, whose parents worked on the Manhattan Project, searches for the answers to her questions about their past and deepens her own views about the use of the atomic bomb. Palevsky presents interviews with scientists Hans Bethe, Edward Teller, Joseph Rotblat, Herbert York, Philip Morrison, and Robert Wilson, as well as philosopher David Hawkins. She also brings her own childhood memories to the book, creating a unique perspective for the reader. An extensive bibliography is included.

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