Cover: The nuclear Europe myth

The nuclear Europe myth

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A discussion of the complexities involved in the provision of nuclear aid to a NATO multilateral force, to selected nations, or to a European community. All of our allies naturally wish a voice in nuclear councils; all or none may wish access to the trigger or safety catch. Until a workable solution to this situation is reached, we can only consider aid to France and Great Britain on its own merits rather than as aid to a nonexistent European Defense Community.

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