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The Bargaining Chip and SALT
Robert J. Bresler and Robert C. Gray subject the concept of the "bargaining chip" in arms negotiation to critical scrutiny. After analyzing the rationales for a number of weapon systems, they find that no coherent bargaining chip policy has existed among high American officialdom.

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