Omnicide: The Nuclear Dilemma

Omnicide: The Nuclear Dilemma

Omnicide: The Nuclear Dilemma

Omnicide: The Nuclear Dilemma

Synopsis

This pioneering examination of the nuclear threat blends broad philosophical/theoretical themes and themes in the peace and conflict literature with the results of the authors' extensive survey research in the United States and Europe. Authors Goodman and Hoff challenge the myth of innate aggression that sees war as inevitable; present a critical examination of the psychodynamic, sociocultural, and political-economic factors which have led to current inaction in the face of nuclear threat; and investigate the link between the insecurities of life in the nuclear age and the increasing rate of youth suicide, apathy, disengagement, and the general devaluation of life without a secure future.
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