‘Apocalypse Never’ the Book, is a Must Read for Everyone Who Wants to Know Not Only Why, but How We Get to ‘Zero’ Nuclear Weapons!
LOS ANGELES, July 22 /PRNewswire/ — As Moviegoers who watch Countdown to Zero leave theaters this week wanting to know how to make ZERO happen, “Apocalypse Never” a new book, by author Tad Daley, and published by Rutgers University Press, will be available at Barnes and Noble, Borders, and Amazon.com, as the perfect accompaniment to the film. Speaking on opening night at the invitation of Landmark Theaters, the author will introduce the film and the immediacy of the nuclear peril on Friday, July 23rd, 10 p.m. EDT, E Street Theater, Washington D.C. Landmark Theaters will offer the book for sale at theaters showing the film nationwide.
In his brilliant common sense book, Daley explores the history of the nuclear danger, and explains how now we can bring it to an end. “The film and the book have identical agendas; to enlighten a broad general audience about the immediacy of the nuclear peril and the vision of elimination. Filmgoers who read ‘Apocalypse Never’ will be able to see how the abolition of nuclear weapons is a realistic goal.” The book is an easy to read roadmap to nuclear zero. While Daley concedes global warming may be the greatest long-term threat to human civilization, he argues powerfully that the nuclear peril is the single greatest immediate threat.
A popular speaker, Tad Daley, has been giving talks about the book throughout California. His message is profound. “Tomorrow morning, a major world city, without any warning, could suddenly disappear in a blink of an eye, the snap of a finger, the single beat of a human heart.” Dr. Daley is a writing fellow with the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. Daley spent several years at the RAND Corporation where many of the nuclear theories of the cold war era were forged. He was research director for the late California Senator Alan Cranston in the serving in the international leadership on nuclear abolition.
The book has received a great deal of praise from prominent figures. See www.apocalypsenever.org
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