Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Contents

If the Reagan Pattern Continues . .
2
Disarmament (Conferences)
Soviet Response to Cruise and Pershing
3
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Disarmament (Conferences), Guided missiles, European, Soviet Union (Military policy)
Arsenals Move North
5
United States Navy, Submarine warfare, United States (Armed Forces, Arctic regions)
Getting Serious about Proliferation
7
Nuclear nonproliferation, Nuclear industry (Export-import trade), Nuclear weapons
What Goes Up Must Come Down
10
Anti-satellite weapons, Artificial satellites (Nuclear power), Radioactive space pollution

Truman and the H-bomb
12
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972, Hydrogen bombs (History)
What Would Vannevar Bush Say?
19
Vannevar Bush (American electrical engineer and inventor.); 1890-1974, Science and state, Science and industry
The Federal Laboratories
21
Government laboratories
Laser Isotope Separation: the Plutonium Connection
26
United States Dept. of Energy, Uranium metallurgy, Plutonium metallurgy, Reactor fuel reprocessing, Nuclear weapons (Manufacture)
Normalizing the Unthinkable
32
Civil defense, Treblinka (Poland: Concentration camp)
U.N. Disarmament Campaign
37
United Nations, Disarmament
The Soviet Union and the arms race (Book Review)
40
America's unwritten constitution (Book Review)
43
The next nuclear gamble (Book Review)
45
A Call for Peace
50
Call for peace (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Ten Steps to Peace
51
Disarmament
Center for Conflict Resolution
52
Nuclear warfare (Prevention), International relations
Nuclear Disengagement in Europe
53
Disarmament, Anti-nuclear movement (Europe)
Tritium Warning
56
Tritium (Physiological effects), Radioactive pollution
Ionizing Radiation
58
Ionizing radiation (Physiological effects)
A Response to the Build-down
60
Disarmament
On Human Rights Imperialism
62
Human rights (Soviet Union), United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, United States)

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