Endangered Species: How We Can Avoid Mass Destruction and Build a Lasting Peace (Paperback)
How We Can Avoid Mass Destruction and Build a Lasting Peace
Harper Perennial, 9780061139529, 222pp.
Publication Date: April 8, 2008
A former nuclear weapons designer, Stephen M. Younger understands, as few others can, humankind's potential for violence. He knows that the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction means that any nation, group, or even individual could cause unimaginable carnage--and the accelerating pace of communications and transportation means that things can happen faster than we can think about them.
In Endangered Species, Younger peers into the heart of modern civilization to present a practical plan for ending mass violence, the scourge of our times and a threat to our survival as a species. Looking across our knowledge of psychology, history, politics, and technology, Younger presents a convincing argument that we can escape our spiral into global destruction. But we haven't a moment to lose.
Praise For Endangered Species: How We Can Avoid Mass Destruction and Build a Lasting Peace…
“A provocative, challenging, engaging and ultimately important blueprint for the 21st century.”
“Everyone can read with profit... Younger is a wise man. We should listen to him.”
“Younger finds a way to teach us to hope for peace. A profoundly wise and moving book.”
“In this wise and urgent book Younger distills for us what he’s learned about the dangers that threaten us.”