Indeed it seems to be more likely that the very vastness of the challenge will create in us a response, which will cut through the confusion and frustrations of our time and guide us towards a freer, richer future. Such a future will not come easily for all of our wishing. It will not come at all unless there are enough men and women--rich and poor, black, yellow, and white, Christian, Jew, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist--who are prepared to dedicate their lives to its creation.
I believe that our proper response to the hydrogen bombs is to do what we should do without them. These awful weapons only sharpen the old moral problems, which have tested men since Cain and Abel. If we are