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(Erin Patrick O'Connor, Daron Taylor, Monica Hesse, Thomas LeGro/ The Washington Post)
This 1960s nuclear fallout shelter is a time capsule to the past — and offers lessons for the Trump era
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In the 1960s, under the specter of imminent nuclear war with the Soviet Union, President John F. Kennedy ordered the creation of fallout shelters in population centers. Now, with North Korea as the latest nuclear threat, we visit a nearly untouched fallout shelter in D.C. to see what we can learn from the past.
In the 1960s, under the specter of imminent nuclear war with the Soviet Union, President John F. Kennedy ordered the creation of fallout shelters in population centers. Now, with North Korea as the latest nuclear threat, we visit a nearly untouched fallout shelter in D.C. to see what we can learn from the past.
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