Strategy and Arms Control

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Strategy and Arms Control

By Thomas C. Schelling and Morton H. Halperin
Twentieth Century Fund, 1961
148 pp. $2.50

An examination of the meaning of arms control with respect to modern weapons, and an evaluation of various control proposals. The point is stressed--and it is a theme that Mr. Schelling has developed in earlier works--"that our military relation with potential enemies is not one of pure conflict and opposition, but involves strong elements of mutual interest."

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