I can’t think of a single weapon that’s been used twice and never again. And the reason for that is, I think, we went too far. And I think we knew that. That’s what scares me the most about people who talk about nuclear war-fighting. I really, really want them to go to Hiroshima and Nagasaki and walk through those museums. And really process what happened there. Then come and talk to me about nuclear war-fighting.
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