Conscience And Complicity At The Dawn Of The Nuclear Age
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Conscience and Complicity at the Dawn of the Nuclear Age. Physicians were essential to the Manhattan Project, keeping participants and Americans near test sites safe from radiation. But they also downplayed the risks when military exigency demanded. James Nolan tells the story of these conflicted healers, who used their medical authority to enable the most lethal form of warfare humanity has yet devised.