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The economic impact of the cold war : sources and readings / compiled and edited by James L. Clayton.

New York : Harcourt, Brace and World, 1970.
ISBN , 9780155187979, 015518797X

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Other Authors Clayton, James L.,
Subjects Cold War.
Contrats de guerre -- États-Unis.
Defense contracts -- United States.
Defense contracts.
Désarmement -- Aspect économique -- États-Unis.
Disarmament -- Economic aspects -- United States.
Disarmament -- Economic aspects.
États-Unis -- Politique militaire.
Industrial policy -- United States.
Industrial policy.
Military policy.
Politique industrielle -- États-Unis.
United States -- Military policy.
United States.
Series Forces in American economic growth series.
Description xi, 287 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-287).
Contents Part I The Cold War and the National Economy -- The national impact of defense spending -- The regional impact of defense spending -- The negative consequences of defense spending -- The positive consequenses of defense spending -- The consequenses of disarmament -- Part II The Impact of the Cold War on the Institutional Framework -- How defense decisions are made -- Major procedural innovations introduced by the Cold War -- Major market innovations introduced by the Cold War -- Part III The Impact of the Cold War on Research and Development -- The distribution of federal research and development funds -- Military R and D: The most fruitful source of long term growth -- Military R and D: A drag on the economy -- A new kind of economic fedralism -- Part IV The Culmination of the Cold War: Vietnam -- The cost of the Vietnam conflict -- The purpose of the joint economic committee hearings on the economic effect of Vietnam spending -- How the DOD figures war costs -- The regional impact of the Vietnam War -- A cost-benefit analysis of the Vietnam War -- The national impact of ending the Vietnam War -- The domestic impact of the Vietnam Conflict -- The consequenses of changing commitments -- The impact of the draft -- The dubious need for the draft -- The continuing need for the draft -- The ABM debate -- Defense should be our first priority -- Defense spending is out of control -- Nixon wins Senate ABM battle by one vote margins -- Part V The Legacy of the Cold War: The Military-Industrial Complex -- The Military Industrial-Complex Concept -- The growth of the Military-Industrial Complex -- The Raison d'Etre of the Military-Industrial Complex -- Thinking about the unthinkable -- Thinking about deterrent theorists.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)74939
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