This paper, which appears in slightly different form and under the title Some things to Think and Some to Do in the April 1981 issue of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, is adapted and condensed from Mr. Katz's portion of a public debate on Disarmament and Security held in Santa Barbara, Calif., in April 1960. The author argues that there are several roads to, and several kinds of, disarmanent.

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