This essay focuses on the relationship between patterns of urban development and nuclear threat in the U.S. on both the material and symbolic levels. The perceived nuclear threat is two-pronged: the domestic threat of nuclear research and tests run by the U.S. Government on American soil, and the foreign one involving doomsday scenarios of thermonuclear war.

Doomsday Urbanism: Planned Dispersion and Nuclear Threat in Postwar America

CENTIS L
2015

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This essay focuses on the relationship between patterns of urban development and nuclear threat in the U.S. on both the material and symbolic levels. The perceived nuclear threat is two-pronged: the domestic threat of nuclear research and tests run by the U.S. Government on American soil, and the foreign one involving doomsday scenarios of thermonuclear war.
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