Weapons of Mass Destruction

Friday, September 13, 2002

In the defense community, the phrase "weapons of mass destruction" generally refers to chemical, biological and nuclear weapons. Recently that phrase has been popping up all over the media and there are some who think there may be a confusion over the definition. Host Brooke Gladstone talks to Tim Noah about why he thinks "weapons of mass destruction" should only be used to describe nukes.
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