December 1982
National Review;12/24/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 25, p1633
The article presents an interview about peacekeeping programs in the U.S. There are also some comments regarding the names of military operations and criticisms about the nuclear program. Most critics of nuclear defense are not quite ready to come out for unilateral disarmament. An evaluation of nuclear defenses in the U.S. is also presented.


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