We Didn't Win the Cold War, We Survived It by Dumb Luck

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"What winning the Cold War really meant," writes Paul Woodward at War in Context, "was that by luck rather than design, we didn't all get incinerated." A courageous president "would have championed a movement for global nuclear disarmament." (Remembering, of course, that a "courageous president" is a contradiction in terms.)

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At warincontext.org

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