Kurt Vonnegut Quotes: The Advocates Of Nuclear Disarmament

The Advocates Of Nuclear Disarmament Seem To Believe That, If They Could Achieve Their Aim, War Would Become Tolerable And Decent. They Would Do Well To Read This Book And Ponder The Fate Of Dresden, Where 135,000 People Died As The Result Of An Air Attack With Conventional Weapons. On The Night Of March 9th, 1945, An Air Attack On Tokyo By American Heavy Bombers, Using Incendiary And High Explosive Bombs, Caused The Death Of 83,793 People. The Atom Bomb Dropped On Hiroshima Killed 71,379 People. So It Goes.
— Kurt Vonnegut —

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