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Book by Evangelista, Matthew
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Evangelista (political science, Michigan), provides a new framework to analyze U.S. and Soviet innovations in weapons technology. In America, development is generated from the bottom up with scientists providing the initial impetus. Soviet weapons innovation occurs from the top down, as Soviet leaders react to external forces, particularly American initiatives. With current weapons programs such as Star Wars, the author sees opportunities for arms control. The United States must recognize that technological innovation is no guarantee of security. The USSR must decide not to match American innovation. Thoroughly researched and highly recommended for academic audiences. Dennis Felbel, Univ. of Manitoba Libs., Winnipeg
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