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In 1983, Nearly 100 Million American's Witnessed What a Nuclear War Would Look Like

Matthew Gault Security, Time to watch it again--considering the crisis with North Korea.  Stephen Klein promised their father he’d see them across the wasteland. It’s slow going. His carriage is bumpy, the horse is scared and the landscape is full of death and danger. Klein doesn’t know what’s wrong with Denise—she bled uncontrollably during church a few days ago. Gauze covers Danny’s head.
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