AUTHORBrenner, Michael J.
TITLENuclear Power and Non-Proliferation: The Remaking of U.S. Policy
PUBLISHERCambridge University Press
CITYCambridge, England
DATE PUBLISHED1981
ISBN0-521-23517-0


This book presents an historical narrative and political analysis of the United States government’s attempts to regain power over national and international nuclear power growth. In addition to assessing the significance for global nuclear relations, the author also examines the attitudes and programs of President Ford’s administration and then how they lead to President Carter’s drastic reforms and initiatives regarding extension of nuclear power worldwide. The nine appendices include President Eisenhower’s Atoms for Peace address to the United Nations General Assembly in 1953, the Treaty of the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons from 1970, and President Ford’s 1976 Nuclear Policy Statement.


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