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World War 3: Are We Really Talking About This Again?

World War 3: Are We Really Talking About This Again?

By Mike Tuttle March 17, 2014

The notion of a third World War was of real concern during the Cold War between the U.S.A. and the U.S.S.R. Both sides had nuclear weapons, and acronyms like M.A.D. (mutually-assured destruction – the idea that if either side started, …

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