Congress and Tactical Nukes

Pincus, Walter
October 1974
New Republic;10/12/74, Vol. 171 Issue 15, p19
Focuses on problems associated with the presence of thousands of U.S. tactical nuclear weapons in the countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Information on overseas nuclear deployment from key members of Congress and the public; Comments on the Quick Reaction Alert program; Lack of knowledge for storing nuclear artillery shells; Interest of Representative Clarence Long in the nuclear weapons security problem; Attitude of U.S. administration officials towards the tactical nuclear policy.


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