Publication date: October 2012
Nuclear power stations might be even more deadly than atomic bombs.
There’s a God for That
Optimism in the Face of Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Meltdowns
TRAVEL / Asia / Japan
RELIGION / Shintoism
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Peace
1. Japan – Religious life and customs
2. Earthquakes – Japan
3. Tsunamis – Japan
4. Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (Japan) Accidents
5. Antinuclear movement
6. Ghost stories, Japanese
TONE: Moving; Reflective
WRITING: Lyrical; Thoughtful; Richly detailed; Stylistically complex
xvi, 168pp, glossary
12 maps, 2 line drawings
US $28.00 (hardcover)
US $16.00 (pbk.)
US $11.99 (eBook)
US $9.99 (Kindle)
Japan is the only country to have suffered the horror of atomic bombs, and the Japanese commitment to global nuclear disarmament is well known.
But somehow, the resolve to see the dismantling of the world's nuclear arsenals didn't extend to the nuclear power industry.
In the frightful days immediately after March 11th, 2011, the world awoke to the realization that nuclear power stations might be even more deadly than atomic bombs.
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