On August 6, 1945, the flash of the first atomic bomb sparked the growth of a dissenting minority that would become the Anti-Nuclear Movement. This anthology explores the movement's development from a reaction to nuclear arms to its inclusion of anti-nuclear power advocates in preparation for the challenges of the new millennium.
"In the new 'American Social Movements' series, these anthologies of articles, speeches interviews, and scholarly essays are for an older, sophisticated audience. There are some fascinating present day writings sure to open up discussion...There's as much here for adults as there is for teens; in fact, the books would be excellent for family discussion."
-- Booklist (July 2002)
Price: US $40.80