Safeguard: why the ABM makes sense / edited by William R. Kintner.


New York : Hawthorn Books, 1969.

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Other Authors Kintner, William R. 1915-1997.
Subjects Air defenses -- United States.
Air defenses.
Antimissile missiles -- United States.
Antimissile missiles.
United States.
Description xv, 413 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction / Senator Gale McGee -- President Richard M. Nixon's announcement of the Safeguard decision, March 14, 1969 -- 1. The shifting equation of missile defense / Richard J. Whalen -- 2. The prudent case for Safeguard / William R. Kintner -- 3. Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird speaks out -- 4. The Safeguard decision before Congress / John S. Foster, Jr. -- 5. Negotiating the future / Senator Henry M. Jackson -- 6. The rationale underlying Soviet strategic forces / William T. Lee -- 7. The impact of Chinese ICBMs on strategic deterrence / Harry G. Gelber -- 8. The case for population defense / D.G. Brennan -- 9. The Safeguard BMD proposal and arms control prospects for the 1970s / Richard B. Foster -- 10. Why a Senator is in favor of Safeguard / Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr. -- 11. Statements and official testimony: Statement of William G. McMillan ; Statement of the honorable Dean Acheson ; Statement of Jerome B. Wiesner -- The role of the ABM in the 1970s / statement by Albert Wohlstetter ; Statement of Eugene P. Wigner -- Appendices: A. Soviet views of the ABM and Soviet strategy -- B. Questions and answers concerning Safeguard.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)24704
(OCoLC)ocm00024704
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