by Greg Mitchell
"My research yielded amazing letters between "New Yorker" editor and the White House following publication of one of the most heralded and important articles of the century."
Review: Lesley Blume's “Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-up and the Reporter Who Revealed It to the World”
by Lawrence Wittner
Journalist Lesley Blume's book "Fallout" ably tells the story about how John Hersey and the New Yorker navigated government censorship and political opposition to publish Hersey's "Hiroshima," a foundational work in later movements to prevent nuclear war.
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