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Based on the much-loved series of Slate articles, journalists Sharon Weinberger and Nathan Hodge present a fascinating, kaleidoscopic portrait of nuclear weaponry
Nathan Hodge is a Washington DC-based writer for Jane's Defence Weekly. A frequent contributor to Slate, he has reported extensively from Afghanistan, Iraq and the former Soviet Union. His work has appeared in the Financial Times, Foreign Policy and Details, as well as many other newspapers and magazines.Sharon Weinberger is a contributing writer for Wired's national security blog, DANGER ROOM. She is the author of Imaginary Weapons: A Journey Through the Pentagon's Scientific Underworld and her writing on national security and science has appeared in the Washington Post Magazine, Slate, Nature and Discover.