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Ian Clark • 7 Items / 6 Books, 1 Article
Limited Nuclear War (1982)
Political Theory and War Conventions
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Limited Nuclear War, by Ian Clark
    1. Limited Nuclear War by Ian Clark
    Political Science Quarterly, Fall 1983, p. 528
  2. Book Reviews
    Review Essays (3 Reviews)
    Limited Nuclear War, by Ian Clark
    1. Limited Nuclear War by Ian Clark
    2. The Nuclear Future by Michael Mandelbaum
    3. The Prisoners of Insecurity by Bruce Russett
    American Political Science Review, December 1984, pp. 1078-1079
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    Military National Security and Arms Control (6 Reviews)
    Space War, by David Ritchie
    1. Space War by David Ritchie
    2. Seeds of Promise by Randall Forsberg, Richard L. Garwin, and Paul C. Warnke, ...
    3. Limited Nuclear War by Ian Clark
    4. A General's Life by Omar N. Bradley and Clay Blair
    5. Defense and Foreign Affairs Handbook, 1990-1991 by Gregory R. Copley
    6. Spy/Counterspy by Vincent Buranelli and Nan Buranelli
    Orbis, Summer 1983, pp. 496-497
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    Books About the Bomb (12 Reviews)
    With Enough Shovels, by Robert Scheer
    1. With Enough Shovels by Robert Scheer
    2. Beyond the Cold War by E.P. Thompson
    3. Exterminism and Cold War by E.P. Thompson
    4. Thinking About the Next War by Thomas Powers
    5. Beyond the Freeze by Daniel Ford, Henry Kendall, and Steven Nadis
    6. The Third World War: August 1985 by John W. Hackett
    7. Third World War: The Untold Story by John Hackett
    8. Meet Mr. Bomb by Tony Hendra
    9. Limited Nuclear War by Ian Clark
    10. Why Nations Go to War by John G. Stoessinger
    11. The Day After Midnight by Michael Riordan
    12. When the Wind Blows by Raymond Briggs
    The Nation, January 29, 1983, pp. 120-121