Nuke 'Em Till They Glow: The History and Culture of Nuclear War
This course, taught by a former nuclear missile combat crewman, surveys the history of nuclear weapons and doctrine, the concept of deterrence, and how the threat of nuclear war has affected American culture.
Instructor: Karl Zimmerman
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