Here's a scary idea: Take photographs of the leaders of the countries with the largest nuclear stockpiles in the world and blend them into a composite portrait, weighting each photograph's contribution to the composite by the size of his or her stockpile. In the early 1980s, the heads of state in question would have been Leonid Brezhnev, Deng Xiaoping, François Mitterand, Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. (I said it was scary.) The ratio would be about 55 percent Reagan, 45 percent Brezhnev and less than 1 percent for the other three. Nancy Burson tried this little experiment in 1982... More >>>