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Ghosts of Arms Control Past
PAUL E DIEHL analyzes the impact that the SALT II treaty had on Reagan administration arms control policy during the period 1981-1984. Using an agenda setting model, he argues that SALT II had only a lingering impact on policy formulation, most often as a negative precedent.

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