Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Fear and the Cold War of the 1980s
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1. Nuclear winter prophecies of doom and images of desolation during the Second Cold War Wilfried Mausbach; 2. Atomic nightmares and biological citizens at Three Mile Island Natasha Zaretsky; 3. Missile bases as concentration camps: the role of National Socialism, the Second World War, and the Holocaust in the West German discourse on nuclear armament Eckart Conze; 4. Will you sing about the missiles? British antinuclear protest music of the 1980s William M. Knoblauch; 5. From artists for peace to the Green Caterpillar: cultural activism and electoral politics in 1980s West Germany Martin Klimke and Laura Stapane; 6. A tenuous peace: international antinuclear activism in the East German Writers Union during the 1980s Thomas Goldstein; 7. The 'example of Wyhl': how grassroots protest in the Rhine Valley shaped West Germany's antinuclear movement Stephen Milder; 8. No nukes and front porch politics: environmental protest culture and practice on the second Cold War home front Michael Stewart Foley; 9. Global micropolitics: toward a transnational history of grassroots nuclear-free zones Susanne Schregel; 10. European nuclear disarmament: transnational peace campaigning in the 1980s Patrick Burke; 11. A case of 'Hollanditis': the interchurch peace council and the Christian peace movement in Western Europe Sebastian Kalden; 12. Peace through strength? The impact of the antinuclear uprising on the Carter and Reagan administrations Lawrence S. Wittner; 13. Did protest matter? The influence of the peace movement on the West German government and the Social Democratic Party, 1977-83 Tim Geiger and Jan Hansen; 14. Why was there no 'accidental armageddon' discourse in France? How defense intellectuals, peace movements, and public opinion rethought the Cold War during the Euromissile crisis Katrin Rucker; 15. Building trust: the G7 summits and international leadership in nuclear politics Enrico Boehm.