Nick Chapman, October 18, 2008 (view all comments by Nick Chapman)
Incredibly powerful, moving, persuasive, and very real. If you want to know what things were like in the aftermath of the Hiroshima bombings, and especially if you want to have something to give to a young person to help them understand the horrors of nuclear war, then you need to check this out.
I think there is a sense that nuclear war is no longer an issue, and that terrorism is what we now need to be fearful of, but the nukes are still out there. And just as relevant, or more so, is the issue of confronting the horrors that have been perpetrated in the name of war...
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