Books by Judith Shoolery

Released: Nov. 1, 2001

"This memoir will not silence Teller's many critics; indeed, it will provide them further ammunition. Still, a useful, if (of course) self-serving, contribution to the history of science and the literature of the Cold War."
"Fear of science and technology, which have empowered humans since the beginning of history, is the height of folly": so writes Teller, inventor of the H-bomb and reputed model for Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove. Read full book review >