Nuclear Armageddon fears impact on US pop culture

The nuclear age is 72 years old. Millions of people around the world can remember a time when the threat of nuclear Armageddon overshadowed their daily lives.

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    The nuclear age is 72 years old. Millions of people around the world can remember a time when the threat of nuclear Armageddon overshadowed their daily lives. That threat has steadily diminished since the end of the Cold War.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Los Angeles on nuclear war's profound impact on American popular culture.


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