Triad or Dyad

McLaughlin, John
November 1982
National Review;11/26/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 23, p1466
The article reports on issues related to politics during the presidency of Ronald Reagan in the United States. Several information, issues and topics are mentioned in the article, which includes the implementation of the strategic weapons systems program, the modernization of the nuclear triad, and the construction of the intercontinental ballistic missiles launchers.


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