Herman Kahn

Kahn on May 11, 1965 Herman Kahn (February 15, 1922 – July 7, 1983) was a founder of the Hudson Institute and one of the preeminent futurists of the latter part of the twentieth century. He originally came to prominence as a military strategist and systems theorist while employed at the RAND Corporation. He became known for analyzing the likely consequences of nuclear war and recommending ways to improve survivability, making him one of the historical inspirations for the title character of Stanley Kubrick's classic black comedy film satire ''Dr. Strangelove''.

His theories contributed heavily to the development of the nuclear strategy of the United States. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Kahn, Herman, 1922-
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