A definitive study of the decision-making process that led to the development and deployment of multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles on intercontinental ballistic missiles. This book takes a multi-dimensional approach to trace the variety of factors that affected the program. The MIRV case provides a broad basis for identifying general features of the U.S. weapons acquisition process, as well as policy lessons for those who wish to improve it. First published in 1977 by Greenwood Press, it is directed toward graduate and undergraduate level students of political science and American foreign policy.
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...state-of-the-art analysis of bureaucratic machinations and the politics of military acquisition and policy making. (Orbis)
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