China Builds the Bomb
Stanford University Press, 1991 M04 1 - 352 pages
A pioneering political-scientific history. . . . Lucidly composed, meticulously documented, and handsomely presented. The Annals
A fascinating and compelling story of the beginnings of the Chinese nuclear weapon program. Arms Control Today"
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Chinas Quest for Security I
American Power and Chinese Strategy 19531955 II
The Strategic Decision and Its Consequences
The Uranium Challenge
The Production of Fissionable Material
The Design and Manufacture of the Bomb
The Final Countdown
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