John Mueller argues that our decades-long fear of a nuclear attack has been unwarranted and that the likelihood of a terrorist obtaining a nuclear device and using it against the U.S. is far smaller than most people think. Professor Mueller took up these topics in his latest book, Atomic Obsession. He spoke about the book at the University of Missouri in St. Louis. close
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