Mobilizing Modernity: The Nuclear Moment

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Acknowledgements

Given the time elapsed since the start of this project the potential list of acknowledgements is formidable. I would however, like to acknowledge the following people who contributed in a variety of ways to this project. Rosemary McKechnie, Brian Wynne, Paul Smoker, Andrew Tickle, Barbara Adam, Eve Chester, Alan Irwin, Jos Gallacher, Peter Bunyard, Brian Rome, Sir Kelvin Spencer, Clair Holman, Duncan Laxen, John Urry, Ulrich Beck, Vibha Collinette, Phil Martin, Tom Cahill, Barbara Munske, Moira Kemp, Vivien Bar, Mahindra Narain, Dave Fabbro, Steve Wright, Paul Dorfman, Peter Jowers, Harry Rothman, Jeffrey Weeks, Robert Evans, Bob Olby, Jerry Ravetz, Bernard Burgoyne, Roger Williams, Colin Brydon, Charles Antaki, Chris Smith, Cherith Adams, Ged Thompson, Collin Brown, Peter Glasner, Sara Delamont and finally all those who gave up expecting to ever see this manuscript - in the last instance their scepticism was perhaps determinate.

I would emphasise that the views expressed here are mine and mine alone and any errors of fact or interpretation must be attributed firmly to me and do not reflect upon any of the above named.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures viii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Acronyms x
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Nuclear Moment 34
  • 3 - Resisting the Juggernaut 68
  • 4 - Accidents Will Happen 95
  • 5 - Modernity's Mobilisation Stalls 118
  • 6 - The Moment of Direct Action 150
  • 7 - Networking 183
  • 8 - Conclusions 206
  • Notes 228
  • Bibliography 244
  • Author Index 256
  • Subject Index 259
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