The Atomic Revolution

Hopkins, John Jay
June 1954
Vital Speeches of the Day;6/1/54, Vol. 20 Issue 16, p489
Primary Source Document
Presents the text of a speech given by John Jay Hopkins, chairman and president of General Dynamics Corp., on April 28, 1954, which deals with the subject of nuclear warfare.


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