Table of contents for Whole world on fire : organizations, knowledge, and nuclear weapons devastation / Lynn Eden.


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Contents
List of Figures	000
List of Tables	000
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
Understanding Nuclear Weapons Effects
Chapter 1. Complete Ruin 	000
Chapter 2. Organizational Frames	000 
Constructing Destruction, 19401961
Chapter 3. Doctrine and Damage through World War II	000
Chapter 4. Early Postwar Atomic Planning	000
Chapter 5. New Inquiry about Blast	000
Chapter 6. Nuclear Weapons Tests	000
Chapter 7. The Hydrogen Bomb and Damage Codes	000 
Predicting the Unpredictable? 19552003
Chapter 8. The Fire Research Community 	000
Chapter 9. The Physics and Politics of Mass Fire	000
Chapter 10. ENCORE and After	000
Conclusion: Routine Surprises	000
Notes	000
Index	000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Military policy Decision making, Nuclear warfare Planning, Nuclear mass fires, Organizational behavior United States Case studies, Science Social aspects United States Case studies