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> 02. We were addressing Soviet nuclear weapons and ignoring other kinds
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Anne Harrington: It seemed that we were addressing quite completely one strategic weapon system, nuclear, quite well, but we were ignoring... the other strategic weapon system, biological, altogether.
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