What follows is a discussion of the major materials used in the present work. It may also serve as a guide to further study of Soviet disarmament policy, whether for the period studied here or for subsequent periods. It is therefore structured to parallel the kinds of problems studied in each part of the book, beginning with declaratory policy and propaganda, followed by the underlying determinants of Soviet policy, and ending with analyses that endeavor to interpret and integrate these two sets of information. Full references to particular authors or works mentioned in the essay may generally be found in the bibliography that follows. Where additional references are suggested, the reader will be referred to the more comprehensive listing in Soviet Disarmament Policy, 1917-1963: An Annotated Bibliography of Soviet and Western Sources.1
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Publication information: Book title: Khrushchev and the Arms Race:Soviet Interests in Arms Control and Disarmament, 1954-1964. Contributors: Lincoln P. Bloomfield - Author, Walter C. Clemens Jr. - Author, Franklyn Griffiths - Author. Publisher: M.I.T. Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, MA. Publication year: 1966. Page number: 291.