Nuclear War: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and a Workable Moral Strategy for Achieving and Preserving World Peace
Raymond G. Wilson, author
An insane world we created. Seventy years after the 1945 ending, the nuclear madness we created is now endemic for the world, like a cancer of the spirit of the world, like a multi-faceted plague, by which we all could succumb. If it were not so damned serious it would be laughable; that the great majority of all people of the earth want peace and a better life so badly, and their leaders seem powerless and sufficiently witless to obtain it for them. Where now are the leaders who have the wisdom, the new thinking, the ability, to show the way? The politicians in Congress? Why not try this approach in Chapter 5, a workable moral strategy for achieving and preserving world peace?