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SURVIVAL QUESTION NOW is one of the most important books of our time...Of anytime.
It concerns the survival of human beings on planet earth in our lifetime. It covers all aspects of the human survival condition including nuclear dangers, environmental concerns, economic
and political solutions.
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ISBN: 9781626758964
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