With No Atom "Monopoly We'll Need New Strategy

October 1949
Saturday Evening Post;10/22/1949, Vol. 222 Issue 17, p12
The article comments on the production and explosion of atomic bomb in Russia. According to the author, people who had assured Americans that the Russians would never get the hang of the thing, explained, with no facts to embarrass them, that Americans had a four-year lead on the Russians; that Russia had no B-36 planes and that our stockpile of bombs must outnumber Russia's by many hundreds.


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