From poison gas in World War I to the atomic bomb in World War II, from Cold War standoffs between the United States and the Soviet Union to present-day controversies over the existence of chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons in Iraq, weapons of mass destruction have figured prominently in global affairs. This collection of political cartoons examines both historical and contemporary debates over WMDs and the efforts by world leaders to prevent their proliferation and use.
"...This title is an excellent resource for history, government, and debate classes for in-depth discussions on controversial and historical issues that continue to affect many lives even today. Recommended."
-- Book Report (November 2002)
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