Mad about the Bomb

March 1978
National Review;3/3/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p260
The article reports on the propaganda campaign against the United States' neutron bomb production by the Soviet Union. It relates the irony of Soviet Secretary Brezhnev's protests over the creation of the bomb, while noting that the Soviet Union is simultaneously developing their own version of a neutron bomb.


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