This exclusive DVD includes three programs - produced by the U.S. government in the early 1960s - that provide an illuminating look at the American response to the post-Sputnik Soviet Cold War threat.
You get The Challenge of Ideas, in which Edward R. Murrow, John Wayne and Helen Hayes discuss the ideological battle between the U.S. and Soviet Union; Radiological Defense, about the atomic bomb and the effects of nuclear fallout; and Operation Dominic Nuclear Tests 1962, which documents that operation's 36 nuclear devices detonated in the Pacific. And, as a free bonus, you also get the famous 1951 Civil Defense film, Duck and Cover, in which Bert the Turtle shows children what to do in the event of atomic attack. B&W and color, 1 hr. 33 min.