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Jonathan Schell Reader On the United States at War, the Long Crisis of the American Republic, and the Fate of the Earth

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ISBN-10: 1560254076

ISBN-13: 9781560254072

Edition: 2004

Authors: Jonathan Schell

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List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Basic Books
Publication date: 12/30/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 376
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Jonathan Schell was born in Manhattan, New York on August 21, 1943. He received a bachelor's degree in Far Eastern history from Harvard University and spent a year studying Japanese at the International Christian University in Tokyo. In 1967, while heading home from his year abroad in Japan, he stopped in Vietnam, where he witnessed Operation Cedar Falls, an aerial campaign designed to level Ben Suc, which was known as a Vietcong stronghold. This experience led to his first book The Village of Ben Suc. His other non-fiction works include The Fate of the Earth, The Gift of Time: The Case for Abolishing Nuclear Weapons Now, The Unfinished Twentieth Century, The Unconquerable World, and The…    

The village of Ben Suc
Quang Ngai & Quang Tin
The fate of the earth
The abolition
The unfinished twentieth century
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : December 6, 1969
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : October 14, 1972
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : April 8, 1974
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : August 5, 1974
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : August 12, 1974
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : August 19, 1974
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : April 14, 1975
"Notes and comment" from The New Yorker : February 3, 1986
The time of illusion
Column from Newsday : March 15, 1992
Column from Newsday : March 17, 1994
Column from Newsday : June 23, 1994
Land of dreams
A force to reckon with
A hole in the world
Disarmament wars
Imposing our will
The importance of losing
Learning the obvious
Introduction to Letters from prison
The unconquerable world