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Published in cooperation with the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Documents on Disarmament brings together from a wide range of sources the most important documents on questions relating to the nuclear arms race from 1945-1982. The scope of Documents on Disarmament is exceptionally broad, including such topics at atomic radiation, biological and chemical weapons, civil defense, enhanced radiation weapons, missiles, and missile systems, and testing and test bans. Among the valuable primary sources collected in this series are the working papers and public statements of national and international agencies and commissions, from the first reports of the Atomic Energy Commission to the latest work of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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