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Thomas Powers • 166 Items / 6 Books, 117 Articles, 43 Reviews
Thinking About the Next War (1983)
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    On Political Books (Review)
    Thinking about the Next War.
    1. Thinking About the Next War by Thomas Powers
    The Washington Monthly, January 1983, pp. 56-58
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    Guns, Butter & Bluster (2 Reviews)
    Thinking About the Next War, by Thomas Powers
    1. Thinking About the Next War by Thomas Powers
    2. Who Gets What from Government by Benjamin I. Page
    Chronicles, September 1983, pp. 15-17
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    Books: Nuclear Bookshelf (6 Reviews)
    The Day After Midnight, by Michael Riordan
    1. The Day After Midnight by Michael Riordan
    2. The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy by Lawrence Freedman
    3. Thinking About the Next War by Thomas Powers
    4. The Nuclear Delusion by George F. Kennan
    5. Indefensible Weapons by Robert Jay Lifton and Richard A. Falk
    6. Beyond the Cold War by E.P. Thompson
    The Harpers Monthly, February 1983, pp. 65-70
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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