Scared of nukes? You should be

The last people who remember the events of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are dying off, leaving behind a dangerous knowledge gap. Daniel Immerwahr, associate professor of history at Northwestern University, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss why a population that doesn’t remember the horrors of nuclear war bodes ill for the future of warfare, and why modern brinkmanship is now an even more dangerous game. His article for The Guardian is called “Forgetting the apocalypse: why our nuclear fears faded – and why that’s dangerous.”