The Threat of Nuclear War and the Struggle for Socialism
Several times during the last three years the threat of a third world war seemed to loom large. Impressionist commentators did not hesitate to draw this conclusion. In fact a panic wave arose. The powerful and promising anti-war movement, which is growing today in the imperialist countries, was also at least partially affected. The number of publications about a third world war already begun, underway, or on the point of erupting, multiplied.  Among such works were Richard Nixon, The Third World War Has Begun, and General Sir John Hackett, former Chief-of-Staff of the British Army, The Third World War.
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