Tomorrow and Tomorrow

^Novak, Michael
July 1982
National Review;7/9/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 13, p838
The article presents views of bishop Roger Mahony on the U.S. arms policy. Mahony feels that deterrence is not the real goal of U.S. arms policy. The U.S. government officials are arrogant and morally bankrupt. The aim of the U.S. policy is a military superiority that can give people a psychological advantage. The total number of U.S. warheads is thousands fewer than in 1967 and their aggregate yield is lower. Mahony says that there is a largely anonymous power elite that is driving people towards ruin. Ambiguity, hesitation, or compromise are no longer considered permissible.


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