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Nuclear Weapons, Policy, and Strategy: The Uses of Atomic Energy in an Increasingly Complex World
by Peter J. Pella
Parkhurst Brothers, Inc., 2010
eISBN: 978-1-935166-36-8

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

In this comprehensive introduction to nuclear physics, related national and international policy  issues from Dr. Pete Pella, Gettysburg College nuclear physicist, educators will find a definitive   textbook on the peaceful and military uses of nuclear energy. Pella traces both the scientific evolution and political history of nuclear power and arms, bringing us to current events including  nuclear plant development, status of treaties, U.S.-Russia disarmament efforts, and policing of  rogue nations. Must reading for the world’s citizens concerned about these vital issues.



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