Life Magazine reassures Americans

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Life Magazine reassures Americans “We won’t all be dead” after nuclear war, 1959 - It starts out by explaining how governor of New York, Nelson Rockefeller became the first main official to impose a mandatory fallout shelter program, which may one day become a law under his governed area. - This was one of the most frond apron issues at the present day, so this was a very bold move for Rockefeller to take a stance apron it. - But if put into affect and a nuclear attack did occur this program could be responsible for saving between 20 to 100 million lives. - This article states how ignorant the U.S. population is to the possibility of a nuclear strike again the U.S. maybe even ones individual area by Russia. - I thought it was interesting, how the writer points out the US nuclear policy. Of how if an attack did happen U.S. families should be ready to feed and protect them selves for two weeks without any government aid. -
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course HISTORY 122 taught by Professor Talverson during the Spring '08 term at Winona.

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