Since either country could be completely destroyed by the other's weapons, nuclear war could no longer be limited to the use of only one or two bombs; if they were used anywhere by one side, the other would attack with its own nuclear weapons, and the fighting would almost certainly become greater.
The authors are hoping that the audience will carry out action to prevent nuclear wars all together.
It has become a division in the United States congress as to whether Iran should have access to a nuclear plant. It was those two bombings that changed the way different countries would look at each other forever. One solution to the danger of nuclear attack is the use of nuclear deterrence.
The United States initiated a top secret program code-named the Manhattan Project.
The history with Iran and the world has not been a positive one. This Leads to the question would the world be safer without nuclear arms.
What is the historical background of this topic? For many Americans this was not hysteria, but a reality that could happen. But the very idea of a usable nuke undermines the entire premise of nuclear deterrence and the special status of nuclear weapons that is supposed to draw a bright line between them and all other weapons.