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If You want a book that will reveal plenty details, to include addresses, locations, email addresses and phone numbers of various War Criminal Industries in North America, to the... Read morePublished on February 18, 2009 by Space Intelligences
Dr.Caldicott's book is an eye-opener about military spending and more troubling,the pollution associated with the manufacture of nuclear weapons. Read morePublished on February 20, 2008 by J.L. Populist
The most striking observation about Helen Caldocott's book is that what she warned about in 2002 has come to pass in 2007. Read morePublished on June 12, 2007 by Mark H. Gaffney
She was wrong then, and she's wrong now. Just as Helen Caldicott was wrong about a nuclear freeze in the 1980's, she's wrong about the fight against terrorism now. Read morePublished on June 19, 2004 by John P. Dagirmanjian
The heart of this well-referenced, easy-to-read book (with very informative appendices), by Dr. Read more
This is a very important book to read. The author is able to present her point of view in a fairly objective manner, although obviously a little one-sided. Read morePublished on April 30, 2004 by dustin
I recently read this book, and am appalled by the thought of spending billions on nukes, while most of the world is hungry.We should cooperate not fight with each other.Published on April 27, 2004 by Mindy Abraham
It's hard to digest anymore of the good doctors opinions after
her previous works and her and her fellow peaceniks shrill,
"Reagans gonna drop the bomb and we are... Read more