Discusses the complexities of arms control. Divided into eight segments, explores the historical, political, and military
contexts of nuclear weapons and arms control issues such as deterrence, the morality of nuclear weapons, the implications
for arms control of new technologies, SALT and the arms control process, and the nuclear freeze.
0.06 Linear feet 1 videotape (U-matic)
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