Reagan and the World: Imperial Policy in the New Cold War
Analyzes the aims and goals of the Reagan administration's foreign policy, looks at arms control and nuclear proliferation, and discusses U.S. intervention in South America
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Nuclear Weapons As Instruments of Political Coercion
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