Published May 15, 2007
by Farrar, Straus and Giroux .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
The Atomic Bazaar provides a great overview of the current state of nuclear proliferation. The book has two primary strengths: (1) It's short- pages, so a busy professional can read it on the subway or in a day, (2) and Langewiesche personally gathered most of the facts for his book by walking the streets and talking with principal players -- as opposed to collecting them in a :// William Langewiesche is the international correspondent for Vanity Fair and prior to that was was a national correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly. A professional pilot for many years, he is the author of several books, including Cutting for Sign, Sahara Unveiled, Inside the Sky, American Ground, The Outlaw Sea, The Atomic Bazaar, Fly by Wire, and :// William Langewiesche talked about his book [The Atomic Bazaar: The Rise of the Nuclear Poor], published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Mr. Langewiesche talked about the proliferation of nuclear ?/the-atomic-bazaar. Book reviews. The Atomic Bazaar William Langewiesche Review by Edward Morris. May Constructing an atomic bomb particularly one portable enough to be sneaked into a target city is a fiendishly difficult task, William Langewiesche says in The Atomic Bazaar, even for the most well-equipped terrorist network. The greater danger is that poor or
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