|Acknowledgements page vii|
|Chronology page viii|
|Prologue. "The Italian Navigator" page 1|
|1. "E = mc2" THE PHYSICAL REVOLUTIONS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY page 5|
|2. "The Radiance of a Thousand Suns" DEVELOPMENT OF THE ATOMIC BOMB DURING WORLD WAR II page 26|
|3. "The Destroyer of Worlds" WHY HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI? page 53|
|4. "Just Another Piece of Artillery" NUCLEAR POWER IN THE EARLY TRUMAN YEARS page 81|
|5. "Super" NUCLEAR POWER IN THE COLD WAR page 116|
|6. "Massive Retaliation" EISENHOWER'S STRATEGIC POLICIES page 149|
|7. "Atoms for Peace" THE DREAM OF PEACEFUL APPLICATIONS FOR NUCLEAR POWER, 1953-1957 page 177|
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Publication information: Book title: Nuclear America:Military and Civilian Nuclear Power in the United States, 1940-1980. Contributors: Gerard H. Clarfield - Author, William M. Wiecek - Author. Publisher: Harper & Row. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1984. Page number: v.
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