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Meeting the human problems of the nuclear age
Dwight D. Eisenhower
|Statement||address June 11, 1955.|
|Series||U.S. Dept. of State. Publication, 5943, General foreign policy series,, 104, Department of State publication ;, 5943., Department of State publication., 104.|
|LC Classifications||TK9155 .E5|
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|LC Control Number||sd 55000213|
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3 Lessons of the First Nuclear Age Part 2 The New Power Politics. 4 The New Logic of Armageddon 5 The Middle East 6 South Asia 7 East Asia Part 3 The Way Forward.
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