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Sleepwalking with the Bomb

John Wohlstetter

About the Book

Sleepwalking with the Bomb shows how we can forestall nuclear catastrophe. It offers familiar faces, cases and places to illustrate how the civilized world can face the most pressing nuclear dangers. Drawing from both history and current events, John Wohlstetter assembles in one place an integrated, coherent and concise picture that explains how best to avoid the “apocalyptic trinity” — suicide, genocide and surrender — in confronting emerging nuclear threats.

Plaudits

John Wohlstetter has given us a tour de force of our troubled nuclear condition… For many years Sleepwalking With the Bomb will be the standard against which all other work on nuclear issues will be measured.

R. James Woolsey, Former Director of Central Intelligence; Chair, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

Anyone wishing to understand the past, present and future of nuclear weapons should read this fine book before saying or writing a word on the subject.

Richard Perle, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute and Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1981-1987.

In these perilous times of nuclear Jihad… a Reverean ride through the night, ringing out strategic alarms and insights… lucid, sophisticated, and wide awake.

George Gilder, Author of The Israel Test (Encounter Books, 2012) and Wealth & Poverty (Regnery, 2012).

John Wohlstetter

Senior Fellow, Discovery Institute
John Wohlstetter is a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute and at the London Center for Public Policy Research. He is founder and editor of the issues blog Letter From The Capitol, and author of the books Sleepwalking With The Bomb and The Long War Ahead and the Short War Upon Us. He holds degrees from the University of Miami, Fordham University School of Law and The George Washington University. He is a trustee of the National Symphony Orchestra and a director of The Israel Energy Partnership. He resides in Charleston, SC.