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National Security Policy: Foreign Relations of the U.S., 1955-1957, Vol. XIX
Hardcover (no d.j.)
John P. Glennon (ed); William Z. Slany (preface). A volume in the “Foreign Relations of the U.S.” series, issued by the U.S. Dept. of State, which presents the official documentary historical record of major foreign policy decisions & significant diplomatic activity of the U.S. Gov’t. This volume discusses U.S. policy with respect to national security policy, 1955-1957: basic national security policy; estimates of threats to the national security; military posture, strategy & weapons development; missile programs; scientific & technological capabilities; concern for continental & civil defense; status of overseas bases; defense budget; coordination of military, economic, political, ideological, & psychological programs; & org. for national security. List of Sources; list of abbrev’s.; list of persons; index.
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