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Abolition: nuclear, 82, 278, 291; of war, 57 Abstinence, nuclear: Israeli, 233; by nonnuclear powers, 119, 251; U.S., 26–27 Acheson, Dean: in Acheson-Lilienthal group, 48–53; on Acheson-Lilienthal report publication, 55; approach to U.S.-Soviet relations, 51–52, 53; on Baruch Plan, 56–59, 62, 66–67, 76; on British-American alliance , 70; espionage accusations against, 58; on Franco-German nuclear alliance, 204; on French withdrawal of forces from NATO, 262–63; on international atomic alliance against Soviets, 68; on Johnson’s treatment of subordinates, 220; Kennedy’s foreign policy team influenced by, 149–50; on MLF, 157–58, 224, 258; and Moscow Conference, 42; NSC-68 and, 74; and Panel of Consultants on Disarmament, 76–78; on Policy Planning Staff report, 71–72; on Rapacki Plan, 127; on Soviet nuclear capabilities, 70; on Stimson’s international control plan, 33, 34–35, 48; on test bans, 77; on test resumption, 161; on thermonuclear weapons, 72–73 Acheson-Lilienthal report: and Baruch Plan, 54–58; development and approval of, 48–53; media coverage of, 55–56; publication of, 55 Adenauer, Konrad: on Berlin talks, 173; and Franco-German nuclear alliance, 204; on French nuclear program, 131; on Johnson , 219; Kennedy’s 1961 meetings with, 165–66; on LTBT, 215; on MLF, 186, 245; nuclear weapons renounced by, 102, 166; on Rapacki Plan, 128; on U.S. nuclear weapons in Germany, 197 Adzhubei, Alexei, 166, 232, 235 Afghanistan: Soviet invasion of, 290, 291; U.S.led war in, 294, 295 Afro-Asian nuclear proliferation, 236, 261 Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud, 294, 296 Alamogordo, N.M., 28 Alas Babylon (Frank), 140 Allen, George E., 58 Alliance politics, 2–3, 6. See also specific alliances Alphand, Hervé, 182 Alsop, Joseph, 182, 213 Alsop, Stewart, 87, 213–14 “America” (Ginsberg), 140 American Society of Newspaper Editors, 84 American University, 209 Anderson, Clinton: on atomic monopoly, 35–36, 37; and Kennedy’s views on test ban, 146; on nuclear sharing, 128; on Stimson’s international control plan, 34–36 Anderson, Sir John, 15 Angels Project, 198–99 Anglo-American alliance. See BritishAmerican nuclear alliance Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (1972), 293 Anticommunism: in attacks on antinuclear movement, 5, 121, 124; in Eisenhower administration, 86, 88; of Johnson, 220–21; Index 368  Index rise of, in Truman administration, 50–51; of Strauss, 86, 121; and test ban proposals, 77–78, 114 Anti-intellectualism, 112–13, 122 Antinuclear movement: anticommunist attacks on, 5, 121, 124; on atmospheric tests, 190; in Britain, 122–23, 169, 170; CIA and FBI investigations of, 121; decline of, 229, 231; Eisenhower’s relationship with, 121–23; films in, 6, 94, 140, 229–31; health effects of testing and, 123, 190; Japanese bombings and, 3, 5; Kennedy’s relationship with, 169; liberal versus radical, 122, 190; literature in, 140, 190, 229–30; on MLF, 225; peak of, 229; Reagan and, 231, 291. See also Peace groups Apocalypse, nuclear, 5–6 Arab-Israeli conflict, 271, 287 Argentina, 8, 278, 291 Arms control: in Atoms for Peace program, 89; Bohr’s model for, through nuclear sharing, 17–18; Kennan on need for, 71, 73–74; in Quebec Agreement, 16–17; after Soviet atomic test, 71; Stimson on need for, 23. See also International control; Nonproliferation Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA), U.S.: on Chinese nuclear program , 234; on comprehensive test ban, 192– 93; containment measures recommended by, 227–28; establishment of, 162; Foster at, 191; on inspections quota, 200; and Johnson ’s policy reassessment, 239; Kennedy’s proposal for, 161–62; on MLF, 221, 224, 264 Arms race: benefits of, 104; economic cost of, as reason for disarmament, 84; proposal for preventing postwar, 17–18; Roosevelt’s policies contributing to, 22; Truman on start of, 37 Aron, Raymond, 127, 177–78 Asia: in Afro-Asian nuclear proliferation, 236, 261; racial thinking about people of, 34, 89, 126–27, 153; start of arms race in, 141–42. See also specific countries Atlantic Nuclear Force (ANF): BritishGerman negotiations on, 254–55, 258–60; British proposal of, 247–48; demise of, 262–64; and Johnson’s policy reassessment, 240, 243; Soviet opposition to, 217 Atmospheric tests: antinuclear movement on, 190; Eisenhower’s proposal for ban on, 135, 160; Geneva Conference of Experts on, 132, 133, 136; health effects of, 120; public opinion on, 190; Soviet resumption of, 199; U.S. resumption of, under Kennedy, 160, 168–71, 189 Atomic bank/pool: Eisenhower’s proposal for, 87–90 Atomic bomb: ban of, in Gromyko Plan, 61; political...


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  • Nuclear weapons -- Government policy -- United States -- History.
  • Nuclear arms control -- United States -- History
  • Nuclear nonproliferation -- United States -- History.
  • Nuclear weapons -- Government policy -- Developing countries -- History.
  • Nuclear arms control -- Developing countries -- History.
  • Nuclear nonproliferation -- Developing countries -- History.
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Developing countries.
  • Developing countries -- Foreign relations -- United States.
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