Death in the air

Riddle of R & L3. Stroke of genius?4. Attitudes are a' changin'1. Bioterrorism -- real or imagined?

2. Do-it-yourself?

3. What to do?

4. A disastrous history

5. The deadly bugs of war


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Betrayal of Trust: The Global Collapse of Public Health, Laurie Garrett, Hyperion, 2000. Economic Expansion and Social Change: England 1500-1700, Clay, C. G. A. (1984), Cambridge University Press.

Fatal Future: Transnational Terrorism and the New Global Disorder, Richard Pearlstein, University of Texas Press, forthcoming, 2002.

Hospital Preparedness for Victims of Chemical or Biological Terrorism, Donald Wetter et al, American Journal of Public Health, May, 2001, pp. 710-16.

Superbugs, Charles Burgess, Jane's Defence Weekly, Oct. 25, 2000.

U.S. Germ Warfare Pushes Treaty Limits, Judith Miller et al, The New York Times, Sept. 4, 2001., p A1.

Who's Afraid of a Germ Warfare Treaty? Barbara Rosenberg, Los Angeles Times, Sept. 6, 2001, part 2, p. 15.

Check out the CDC for more on specific biological agents.

Center for Nonproliferation Studies'

Holy, flying cow! What is a trebuchet and how does it work?





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