WASHINGTON – The Cold War was marked by hysteria over the potential for nuclear conflict. The world seemed to enter a new age when the Soviet Union collapsed. Small wars continued, but the famed nuclear doomsday clock finally moved backward.
Yet the possibility of nuclear war again is dominating international headlines. People have begun to share their parents’ fear of nuclear warheads raining down upon American cities.
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