The Dead Hand by David E. Hoffman
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The Dead Hand Summary
This riveting narrative history of the end of the arms race sheds new light on the frightening last chapters of the Cold War and the legacy of the nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons that remain a threat today.
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"Thanks to interviews and new documents, he provides the fullestand quite frankly the most terrifyingaccount to date of the enormous and covert Soviet biological weapons program, developed in defiance of international treaties at the same time that the Soviets appeared to be earnestly interested in reducing their weapons stockpile." - The New York Times
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