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John Coleman Bennett • 18 Items / 9 Books, 5 Articles, 2 Reviews
Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience (1962)
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    Scruples in a Fissionable Society (Review)
    Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience, by John C. Bennett
    1. Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience by John C. Bennett
    The Saturday Review, April 14, 1962, p. 48
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    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    General
    1. Land to the West by Geoffrey Ashe
    2. Three Eighteenth Century Figures by Bonamy Dobree
    3. Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience by John C. Bennett
    4. The Linden Trees by Carlo Levi
    The New Yorker, May 19, 1962, pp. 186-187
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    Received At Our Desk (7 Reviews)
    Conscience and Weapons...
    1. Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience by John C. Bennett
    2. Arms and Arms Control by Ernest W. Lefever
    3. The Balance of Power and Nuclear Deterrence by Dayton D. McKean
    4. The Limits of Defense by Arthur I. Waskow
    5. The Legacy of Hiroshima by Edward Teller and Allen Brown
    6. One Hundred Million Lives by Richard Fryklund
    7. The Balance of Terror by Pierre M. Gallois
    Current History, May 1962, p. 306
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technical and Scientific
    1. The Legacy of Hiroshima by Edward Teller and Allen Brown
    2. Has Man a Future? by Bertrand Russell
    3. Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience by John C. Bennett
    4. The Long Polar Watch by Melvin A. Conant
    5. NATO: The Entangling Alliance by Robert Endicott Osgood
    6. Modern Guerrilla Warfare by Franklin Mark Osanka
    7. Partisan Warfare by Otto Heilbrunn
    8. Peacetime Uses of Outer Space by Simon Ramo
    9. The Donkeys by Alan Clark
    Foreign Affairs, July 1962, p. 665