Rocket Man: Nuclear Madness and the Mind of Donald Trump

I am happy to be included of this timely new book with some of the most prominent and relevant political authors.
“This is not an ordinary book release. We’re not seeking fame, fortune, or a chance to express ourselves—not that there is anything wrong with that. But this book was developed to save the world from destruction.”
JOHN GARTNER
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Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: The Erratic President
-Harry Segal, PhD, Cornell University

Chapter 2: Nuclear Risk is Rising as Donald Trump Goes Downhill
-John Gartner, PhD, Founder, Duty To Warn

Chapter 3: If President Trump Were Airman Trump, I Would Not Certify Him Psychologically Fit to Handle Nuclear Weapons
-Steven Buser, MD, Psychiatrist, Former Major, USAF

Chapter 4: If Trump Were a Policeman I Would Have to Take Away His Gun
-David Reiss, MD

Chapter 5: If Trump Was Entering the Military, He Would Not Receive a Security Clearance
-William Enyart, Former U.S. Congressman & Retired General

Chapter 6: A Man with No Humanity Has the Power to Destroy Mankind
-Lance Dodes, MD

Chapter 7: Trump’s Sick Psyche and Nuclear Weapons: A Deadly Mixture
-Gordon Humphrey, former Republican Senator

Chapter 8: Facing the Truth: The Power of a Predatory Narcissist
-Jacqueline West, PhD

Chapter 9: Trump’s No Madman, He’s Following the Strongman Playbook
-Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Dept. of History, NYU

Chapter 10: The Gospel of War Presidency
-Richard Painter, Former Chief White House Ethics Lawyer
-& Leanne Watt, PhD

Chapter 11: The Greatest Danger to America is Her Commander in Chief
-Joe Cirincione, President, Ploughshares Fund

Chapter 12: Bluffing Us Into the Nuclear Abyss?
-James Blight and Janet Lang, Dept. of History, Univ. of Waterloo

Chapter 13: One Week in August: How a Self-Made Nuclear Crisis Exposed Donald Trump’s Psychopathology
-Seth Norrholm PhD

Chapter 14: The Bully-in-Chief
-Philip Zimbardo, PhD & Rosemary Sword

Chapter 15: American Carnage: The Wars of Donald Trump
-Melvin Goodman, Johns Hopkins

Chapter 16: Taking Trump’s Finger off the Nuclear Button
-Tom Z. Collina, Director of Policy, Ploughshares Fund

Chapter 17: Is Donald Trump a Fascist?
-Bård Larsen, Historian

Chapter 18: The Relentless Victim: How Donald Trump Reinforces North Korea’s Narrative
-Paul French, Freelance Writer

Chapter 19: Trump and North Korea: The Offer for Talks Was Impulsive, but Could it Work?
-Stephan Haggard, Director, Korea-Pacific Program

Chapter 20: The Art of the North Korea Deal
-Harry Kazianis, Director of Defense Studies, The Center for the National Interest

Chapter 21: Madman or Rational Actor? Kim Jong-un’s Nuclear Calculus
-Ken Gause, Director, International Affairs Group CNA Corporation

Chapter 22: How Presidential Actions Raise or Lower the Risk of War
-James E. Doyle, PhD Former Nuclear Nonproliferation Analyst, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Chapter 23: Extinction Anxiety and Donald Trump
-Thomas Singer, MD

Afterword: Visions of Apocalypse and Salvation
-Leonard Cruz, MD

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