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|List of Abbreviations||p. xiii|
|Introduction What Happened at Potsdam||p. 3|
|Atomic Monopoly||p. 25|
|How Much Time Do We Have?||p. 63|
|Larger Than Enormoz||p. 89|
|First Lightning||p. 133|
|Making Vermont||p. 179|
|Dramatizing the Situation||p. 214|
|The Year of Joe||p. 247|
|Epilogue Traces and Tailings||p. 285|
|Selected Sources||p. 377|
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Michael D. Gordin is an associate professor of the history of science at Princeton University. He is the author of Five Days in August: How World War II Became a Nuclear War.