Caging the Genies: A Workable Solution for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons

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Caging the Genies
A Workable Solution for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons

Stansfield Turner

Westview Press

A Member of the Perseus Books Group

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Caging the Genies: A Workable Solution for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons
Table of contents

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  • Other Books by Stansfield Turner i
  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Acronyms xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - The Problem 5
  • 1 - The Spell Cast by Weapons of Mass Destruction 7
  • Part Two - The Theory 29
  • 2 - Points of Non-Recovery 31
  • 3 - Points of Self-Deterrence 51
  • 4 - Controlled Response 65
  • Part Three - The Solution 79
  • 5 - Strategic Escrow 81
  • 6 - No First-Use 89
  • 7 - Defenses 95
  • 8 - Global Management 113
  • 9 - Reshaping Decisionmaking 131
  • 10 - The Sine Qua Non- Citizen Support 141
  • Appendix A: Lethality of Nuclear Weapons 149
  • Appendix B: Excerpts from "Nuclear Crash-- the U.S. Economy After Small Nuclear Attacks" 159
  • Appendix C: Calculation of Russian Forces Surviving a U.S. Preemptive Attack 169
  • Notes 175
  • Index 181
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