IS 'DUAL' PREPAREDNESS MORE EXPENSIVE,
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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The current debate over military budgets is discussed. The desirability of dual preparedness the ability to fight limited wars without the superbomb as well as the ability to retaliate overwhelmingly with it is considered. Claims that great political advantages accrue from being able to fight limited wars with old-fashioned means are examined.