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The Fallout of Nuclear Bombardment

TV critic David Bianculli reviews a new made-for-TV movie about the bombing of Hiroshima, called Day One. He says the scenes of White House discussions regarding whether or not to use nuclear weapons are what make the movie really special -- and really scary.


Other segments from the episode on February 27, 1989

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 27, 1989: Interview with Susan Brownmiller; Review of the Ahmad Abdullah Quartet's album "Liquid Magic"; Interview with John Allen Paulos; Review of made-for-TV…


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