November 1962
New Republic;11/3/62, Vol. 147 Issue 18, p1
The article presents developments related to the politics and government in the U.S. The nuclear weapons capabilities of the Soviet Union and the provision of those arms to Cuba changes the balance of power for the U.S. The U.S. Congress is preparing another budget for 1964 that will calculate additional military spending but, the article points out, few congressmen have the background for the problem.


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