This epistle, containing letter that is addressed to all survivors emerging from shelters, concentrates the mind in a bomb shelter awaiting the 'All Clear' after a thermonuclear war. It is directed toward defining the problem of policy making and concerned with war avoidance policies.
1. The Letter Part I: Defining The Problem 2. Why We Failed in 1945 3. An Objective Basis 4. The Consensus of Assumptions 5. Needs Theory Applied to Industry 6. Needs Theory Applied to Political Relations 7. How to Reason Part II: War Avoidance Policies 8. System Imperatives 9. The Second Track 10. The Role of Middle Powers 11. Problem Solving 12. The 'Is' and the 'Ought' 13. Some Propositions and Conclusions