A wunderkind who earned a PhD in physics at 21, Harold Brown became director of Livermore Laboratory in his mid-twenties after helping develop the Polaris missile. That nuclear weapon, which could be launched from a submarine, changed the balance of nuclear capabilities in the Cold War.
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