Gods of Metal



    ISBN: 9780141982267

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    In this follow-up to Command and Control, Schlosser explores the conscientious objectors and protestors who have sought to highlight not just the immorality of nuclear weapons, but the hilariously insecure state the US government stores them in. In all seriousness, we are talking grannies with heart conditions being able to break in.

    My only real objection to this book is that is more of a pamphlet than a book, and feels a bit like things that didn't make it into the main book. That said, it is well worth the read.


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