|1 God, Progress, and the Great Collapse||11|
|2 The Drama of Omnipotence||25|
|3 The Testing and Display of Indispensable Power||43|
|4 Managing the Confounding Power||57|
|5 The Soviet Atomic Bomb--Korean War Panic||77|
|6 Sputnik and the Challenge to America's Destiny||105|
|7 The Cuban Missile Crisis||123|
|8 Nuclear Forgetting versus Totalitarian Omnipotence||135|
|9 First Strikes and the Window-of-Vulnerability Panic||157|
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Book title: The Rise and Fall of Nuclearism:Fear and Faith as Determinants of the Arms Race.
Contributors: Sheldon Ungar - Author.
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press.
Place of publication: University Park, PA.
Publication year: 1992.
Page number: vii.
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