Death Drive

Eighty years of American nuclear weapons policy.

1939 President Franklin D. Roosevelt initiates the “Manhattan Project,” originally under the supervision of the Department of Commerce, to develop nuclear weapons technology. 1942 Control over the Manhattan Project is transferred to the US Army. More than thirty locations for nuclear testing and research, including the National Laboratory at Los Alamos, are constructed. 1943 The […]

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