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Disarmament : two perspectives / produced by Andy Lansett and Barbara Day.

Program Title:
Disarmament : two perspectives / produced by Andy Lansett and Barbara Day.
PRA Archive #: 
PZ0136
Description: 

News report from actuality of two speeches given at the Waldorf Historia on 18 November. Paul Warnkey, former arms negotiator during the Carter administration, speaks on the parity in nuclear weapons, the need for negotiations which offer something for each side, and how escalation in technologies only lead to new technologies. Alexander Haig, former Secretary of State in the Reagan administration, speaks on the USSR "winning advantage" in nuclear weapons, and how modernization is the only method to force a reticent Soviet Union to the negotiating table.|DISARMAMENT : TWO PERSPECTIVES / produced by Andy Lnasett and Barbara Day. - News report from actuality of two speeches given at the Waldorf Historia on 18 November. Paul Warnkey, form arms negotiator during the Carter administration, speaks on the parity in nuclear weapons, the need for negotiations which offer something for each side, and how escalation in technologies only lead to new technologies. Alexander Haig, former Secretary of State in the Reagan administration, speaks on the USSR "winning advantage" in nuclear weapons, and how modernization is the only method to force a reticent Soviet Union to the negotiating table. - BROADCAST: Pacifica News, 18 Nov. 1986.

Date Recorded on: 
Date Broadcast on: 
Pacifica News, 18 Nov. 1986.
Item duration: 
1 reel (11 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|10:25
Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1986.
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