The Making of the Indian Atomic Bomb: Science, Secrecy and the Postcolonial State

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Orient BlackSwan, 1999 - History - 180 pages
This book is the first serious historical account of the development of India s nuclear programme and of how the bomb came to be made. It is also a pioneering exploration of the sociology of science in a Third World context and offers a radically new argument about the Indian state and its post-colonial crisis of legitimacy.

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