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One World or None
One World or None is the opening volume in the first comprehensive history of the global movement against nuclear weapons. Ranging from the prophetic warning of H.G. Wells in 1913 to the H-bomb controversy of the early 1950s, One World or None tells in a lively, intriguing fashion the previously unknown story of the emergence of worldwide public efforts to save humanity from nuclear destruction. This book won the 1995 Warren Kuehl Prize of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations as the outstanding book published in the previous two years on peace and/or internationalism.