Bill and June have been discussing how wonderful their perfect, happy
BILL Ironic, isn't it? But think how many wars they must've prevented already -- I mean, just between the U. S. and Russia during the cold war.
JUNE You can't be serious?
BILL Yes, I am, June. Hard as it is to admit, until the human race changes, maybe we need nuclear bombs to prevent wars, especially big ones.
JUNE I hate that thought. Because that means they'll be around for a long, long time.
BILL I'm afraid so. There's something else to keep in mind. If they weren't around, how else could we rule the world?
JUNE Just by helping other countries develop?
BILL I don't know if they could ever be that grateful, dear. In fact, it seems that one of the hardest things is to like the country -- or the person, for that matter -- who does the most for you.
JUNE But how safe does your
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