|LC Class||JZ5665 .S34 2001|
In the 2001 book The Unfinished Twentieth Century, author Jonathan Schell suggests that an essential feature of the twentieth century was the development of humankind's capacity for self-destruction, with the rise in many forms of "policies of extermination". Schell goes on to suggest that the world now faces a clear choice between the abolition of all nuclear weapons, and full nuclearization, as the necessary technology and materials diffuse around the globe.
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- Weschler, Lawrence (June 25, 2000). "Postscript". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2008-11-12.
- Franklin, Roger (July–August 2003). "Saving Grace. Review of The Unfinished Twentieth Century by Jonathan Schell". Resurgence (219).
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- The Unfinished Twentieth Century at Barnes & Noble
- The Unfinished Twentieth Century at Google Books
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