Tad Daley, J.D., Ph.D., directs the Project on Abolishing War at the Center for War/Peace Studies in New York. He previously served as a speechwriter for Congressman Dennis Kucinich and the late Senator Alan Cranston, as a visiting scholar at UCLA, and as a policy analyst at the RAND Corporation. Visit his websites: www.daleyplanet.org and www.apocalypsenever.org.
Last night I saw the author of APOCALYPSE NEVER, Tad Daley, uplift another audience with the vital message of his book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Eric Vollmer
I found this easy to read and it gave me a lot to think about. I will share it with my sons.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Yesterday I heard the author discuss this book on a subject that never interested me before. His sincerity, authenticity and the real evidence he presented will make me purchase... Read morePublished on October 10, 2011 by K. Bowen-Smith
Clear treatment of way to clear nuclear arms from global arena.
Daley approaches subject history with questions about the variety of dangers and the magnitude of its... Read more
I have not read the book, but have just listened to the author on BookTV tell about the book.
The author's thesis is that we must eliminate nuclear weapons; otherwise... Read more
This book is a must read to better educate the reader about the number one threat facing humanity. To gain a better insight into how precarious the situation is. Read morePublished on October 9, 2011 by Keenan
I am not a nuclear arms expert and usually do not read books on this or related subjects. However, I read this book at the urging of a friend. Read morePublished on August 28, 2011 by Dora Anne Mills
Dr. Daley's "Apocalypse Never", in very readable terms, takes multiple views and angles of the nuclear arms question, and the reader can easily follow every logic to one... Read morePublished on May 25, 2011 by Deborah Metke
Apocalypse Never is a masterful combination of fact-filled cogent argumentation on the urgent need for and the available means to get a world free of nuclear weapons with a... Read morePublished on February 18, 2011 by Ronald J. Glossop