Too Easy to Imagine.

PositionLETTERS - Letter to the editor

Dr. Helen Caldicott asks, "How come the physicists, engineers, and military personnel who have laced the world with nuclear weapons ready to launch never factored into their equations the probability that an immature, petulant man-baby could hold the trigger for our destruction in his hands?" ("The Lessons We Haven't Learned," August/September issue).

I can't understand it either except that they have a lack of imagination. Very few would burn people alive, but that is what...

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