In this episode, we found a bootleg DVD in our stocking of the 1964 TV movie A Carol for Another Christmas, which retold the classic Christmas Carol story but with nuclear war. What was the public diplomacy mission of this pro-UN film? How does isolationism and international engagement theories suggest doing with the problem of nuclear weapons? Does the Ghost of Christmas Future know when the last two books in A Song of Ice and Fire come out? Tim Westmyer (@NuclearPodcast) and podcast co-host Gabe answer these questions and more.

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Before we get in our crash couches and jump the ship, we recommend:
-Scrooged (1988 movie)
-We’re Doomed! (2019 board game)
-“Time Enough at Last” and “No Time Like the Present,” Super Critical Podcast episode #47

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