The Making of the Atomic Bomb

What are the motifs in The Making of the Atomic Bomb by Richard Rhodes?

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A constant motif in this book is weapons of mass destruction.Rhodes is particularly concerned with the implications of nuclear warfare on the fate of the human race. Scientists working on the Manhattan Project were painfully aware of the potentially apocalyptic consequences of developing a weapon of mass destruction.