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The Nuclear Question: The United States and Nuclear Weapons, 1946-1976

ISBN-13: 978-0521296144
ISBN-10: 0521296145
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Preface; 1. The nuclear question; 2. The failure of liberal diplomacy; 3. The origins of strategy; 4. The foundations of stable deterrence; 5. the rise and fall of nuclear war; 6. The great fight: the Cuban missile crisis; 7. The first step: the Limited Test Ban Treaty of 1963; 8. Fencers on a tightrope.

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This book is a history of American nuclear weapons policy that tells how the United States learned to live with the bomb. Written in a clear, readable style, The Nuclear Question will be a valuable book for anyone who wishes to understand better the nuclear issues of our time.
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