The author is grateful for the counsel of McGeorge Bundy, Alexander Hammond. James Hershberg. David Holloway, William Tuttle. and Martin Sherwin; for help with sources from Eric Alterman, Larry Bland. Mark Kleinman, Chase Madar, and Michael Salman; and for assistance from the MacArthur Foundation. the Stanford Center for International Security and Arms Control (CISAC), and the NSF History of Science Program. Seminars based partly on this paper were the subject of separate sessions at Stanford University of the Nuclear History group and the Peace Studies Program, and many of the ideas were worked out in my Stanford courses on the nuclear age. in seminars with the Coe Fellows. and in sessions with the Stanford Engineering Executives Program.
Seizing the Contested Terrain of Early Nuclear History: Stimson, Conant, and Their Allies Explain the Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb
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Volume 17, Issue 1, pages 35–72, January 1993
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BERNSTEIN, B. J. (1993), Seizing the Contested Terrain of Early Nuclear History: Stimson, Conant, and Their Allies Explain the Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb. Diplomatic History, 17: 35–72. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-7709.1993.tb00158.x
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