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The Arms Debate

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ISBN 9780674424814

Publication Date: 01/01/1963

347 pages

3 line illustrations, 2 tables

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  • Preface
  • 1. The Approach
    • Arms and Definitions
    • Arms and the Intellect
  • 2. The Logical Structure of a Policy Position
    • The Parts of a Policy Argument
    • Connecting the Parts: Arriving at Recommendations
  • 3. The Political Structure of the Arms Policy Debate: Schools of Thought
  • 4. Introduction to the Marginal Schools of Thought
  • 5. Marginalist Value Systems
    • The Marginal Anti-War School
    • The Marginal Anti-Communist School
    • The “Middle” Marginal School
    • Summary
  • 6. Introduction to Marginalist Analyses
  • 7. Marginalist Analyses: The Ανti-War Marginalists
    • Analysis of War
    • Analysis of the Opponent
    • Analysis of Power
    • Analysis of Allies and Neutrals
    • Analysis of Ourselves
  • 8. Marginalist Analyses: The Anti-Communists
    • Analysis of the Opponent
    • Analysis of Power
    • Analysis of Allies and Neutrals
    • Analysis of War
    • Analysis of Ourselves
  • 9. Marginalist Analyses: The Middle Marginalists
    • Analysis of War
    • Analysis of the Opponent
    • Analysis of Power
    • Analysis of Allies and Neutrals
    • Analysis of Ourselves
  • 10. Marginalist Recommendations
    • Consensus
    • Disagreement
    • Summary
  • 11. The Systemists
    • The Anti-War Systemists
    • The Anti-Communist Systemists
  • 12. Interpretations, Implications, and Conclusions
    • Why The Schools Differ
    • Personal Conclusions
    • The Intellectual and Political Processes on Arms Policy
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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