The Assault on SALT

Kondracke, Morton
December 1977
New Republic;12/17/77, Vol. 177 Issue 25, p19
Presents information on controversies surrounding the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT). Discussion on the possible ratification of the SALT by the U.S. Senate; Issue on the cooperation between the U.S. and the Soviet Union; Impact of the failure of the Panama Canal treaty and the SALT on President Jimmy Carter; Information on the members of the prospective anti-SALT coalition; Charge of a Coalition for a Democratic Majority that the proposed new SALT agreement was apparently achieved at the expense of imbalanced U.S. concessions; Information on the Committee on the Present Danger that has emerged as the most widely noticed and quoted of the prospective anti-SALT groups.


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