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The Absolute Weapon
The Absolute Weapon
By Bernard Brodie
Harcourt, 1946, 214 pp.

This is a coöperative work by members of the staff of Yale's Institute of International Studies. They view atomic power in its strategic and political implications, particularly for American foreign policy and the future of the United Nations. Other contributors are Arnold Wolfers, Percy E. Corbett, William T. R. Fox and Frederick S. Dunn.