The Struggle for Power
The real issues behind the uranium and nuclear argument, viewed both internationally and nationally
by John Grover
E. J. Dwyer, 1980, [First Edition], [Signed], ISBN 0855742119, lightly illustrated with black and white illustrations and photographs colour photographs throughout, colour photographic title page, paperback
Very Good Condition, authors note and inscription on half title page, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, text block intact but separated at one point (see photographs)
“This is written for you, fellow citizens of all ages, whatever your country of origin, whatever and wherever your work, whether you are ‘for’ or ‘against’, and whatever your politics. But if you are one of those that always asks ‘is this what other people say?’ then you might not like it. Nor will you like it if you want a peg on which to hang your unhappiness. But it must be told.
…Man survives through his mind. We must therefore be fully informed if we are to ensure a wise national consensus. For this we need to listen also to honest opposition. How vital is free speech and a free media to those of us who have lived in lands where they don’t exist! But free speech demands dialogue, not monologue. And it demands a sense of responsibility.
Our visions today are the deciding factors tomorrow. We should know what is behind the current conflict of ideas for the lives of millions may well depend on socio-political decisions that our generation must make. Time is shorter than we think.”