Here is another Cold War Gem! This paperback is more a compilation of the current political and military consequences of nuclear annihilation. This book is more about the feasibility and politics of a civil defense program than any specific recommendations. Topics range from survive-ability of a first strike to the actual costs associated with a national program. For the average citizen considering a bomb shelter, not really all that helpful. (It is also worth mentioning that the condition of this paperback was pathetic!)
Civil defense is a worthwhile topic, especially since the recent, particularly devastating tornado in Oklahoma, but I think a library should be able to upgrade to something better than recycled info from the Cold War.