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12. The U-Bomb
The United States had made tremendous technical strides toward a hy drogen bomb, but the scientists and engineers still had not yet produced a practical, deployable weapon. An atomic test in the South Pacific on March 1, 1954, code-named Castle Bravo, was both a tremendous success and a catastrophic disaster for the nascent US weapons program. Bravo also triggered a different type of chain reaction-a cascade of events that would undermine Laurence's standing with his editors and contribute todoi:10.1515/9781501766008-013 fatcat:ojnzss4qrzelxglhjnntvggkky