Imagine it: You are the President and a terrorist has planted a dirty bomb in midtown Manhattan. What do you do? How do you react? If you don't know anything about Physics you won't be able to act quickly or wisely. But if you do. . .
Future presidents (and voters) can't afford to be ignorant about nuclear weapons. Physics for Future Presidents gives you the knowledge necessary to survive in today's political and increasingly nuclear world.
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