A Forward Strategy for America

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A Forward Strategy for America

By Robert Strausz-Hupé and Others
Harper, 1961
451 pp. $5.95

A sequel to the authors' "Protracted Conflict" (noted here October 1959), the present book undertakes to provide a general strategy for the United States. As the title suggests, the book proceeds from the premise that "we cannot tolerate the survival of a political system which has both the growing capability and the ruthless will to destroy us."

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