MX Information Center records, 1976-1986

Overview of the Collection

Creator
MX Information Center
Title
MX Information Center records
Dates
1976-1986 (inclusive)
Quantity
87 linear feet
Collection Number
MS 0527
Summary
The MX Information Center records (1976-1986) consist of subject files, alphabetical files, petitions, correspondence, financial records, writings, publications, and other materials. The MX Information Center was an anti-MX and anti-nuclear weapons group in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 8015818863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

The MX Information Center was a clearinghouse for opponents of the Department of Defense's MX Missle Program and for nuclear freeze advocates. It was begun in the 1980s when the U.S. government was looking for sites to house the politically sensitive MX missile.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The MX Information Center records (1976-1986) consist of subject files, alphabetical files, petitions, correspondence, financial records, writings, publications, and other materials. Addenda to the collection consist of materials similar to the original donation.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Collection Name, Collection Number, Box Number, Folder Number. Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Acquisition Information

Boxes 1-156 were donated in 1987 (78 linear feet). Boxes 157-172 were donated in 1989 (8 linear feet). Boxes 173-174 were donated in 1994 (1 linear feet).

Processing Note

Processed by Roy Webb in 1988-1990.

Addenda processed by Mark Jensen in 1994.

Separated Materials

Photographs were transferred to the Multimedia Division of Special Collections (P0505).

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Office FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Committees, Minutes
Box Folder
1 1
Steering Committee
1979-1981
1 2
Steering Committee
1982
1 3
Steering Committee
1983
1 4
Steering Committee Agendas
1983
1 5
Steering Committee
1984-1985
1 6
General Meetings
1979-1980
1 7
General Meetings
1982
1 8
General Meetings
1983
1 9
General Meetings
1984
1 10
General Meetings
1986
1 11
Coalition Building Committee
1 12
EIS Review Group, Minutes
1 13
EIS Review Group, Draft Comments
1 14
EIS Review Group, Miscellaneous
1 15
Planning Committee
1 16
MXIC Board of Directors
Resources, Speaker's Bureau, Directories
Box Folder
2 1
Resources--Grants
2 2
Resources--Disarmament Action Manual
2 3
Resources--Nuclear Weapons Data Book
2 4
Resources--Government Contractors Publications
2 5
Resources--Bumper Stickers
2 6
Speaker's Bureau--Slide Show Script
2 7
Speaker's Bureau--Public Service Announcements
2 8
Speaker's Bureau--Potential Speakers
2 9
Speaker's Bureau--Slide Shows
2 10
Speaker's Bureau--Bands-Want To Volunteer
2 11
Directories--Utah Libraries
2 12
Directories--Utah Symphony Musicians
2 13
Directories--New and Prospective Members
2 14
Directories--Change of Address Notices
2 15
Directories--Names to Add to Mailing List
2 16
Directories--Mailing List-Price, Utah
2 17
Directories--Alliance National Contact List
2 18
Directories--Alternatives to Nuclear War Conference- Registered Participants
2 19
Directories--Utah Grassroots Peace Directory
2 20
Directories--Salt Lake Human Services Directory
2 21
Directories--Churches-Utah
2 22
Directories--National Peace Group Directory
2 23
Directories--Salt Lake Teacher Contacts
2 24
Community Organizations
2 25
Coalition of Utah Environmentalists
2 26
Networking
2 27
Networking Lists
Miscellaneous
Box Folder
3 1
Articles of Incorporation
3 2
Action Sheets
3 3
MXIC Progress Reports
1981-1982
3 4
Office Procedures Manual
3 5
Organizational Effectiveness
3 6
Plans, Goals, Strategies
3 7
Personnel
3 8
Utahns United Against the Arms Race
3 9
Desert Sun--First Drafts
March/April 1984
3 10
Fact Sheets--MXIC
3 11
Holly Near Agreement
3 12
MX Bibliography
3 13
Work Study--University of Utah
3 14
CETA
3 15
Westminster College
3 16
Salt Lake County
3 17
E. B. C. E.
3 18
University of Utah
3 19
Comic File and Related Topics
3 20
Songs
3 21
MXIC--Tucson, Arizona
3 22
Postage Meter
3 23
"Conscience Cards"
3 24
How to Use the Media
3 25
Miscellaneous

CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 1
Follow-up Actions Logbooks
4 2
In-Out Logbook
4 3
Phone and Visitor Logbook
4 4
Outgoing
1979
4 5
Outgoing
January-June, 1980
4 6
Outgoing
July-December, 1980
4 7
Individuals
1980
4 8
Incoming
1980
4 9
Incoming
1981
5 1
Mail and Correspondence Log
February-December 1981
5 2
Outgoing
1981
5 3
Mailing and Correspondence Log
1982
5 4
Outgoing
1982
5 5
Incoming
1982
6 1
Mail and Correspondence Log
1983
6 2
Incoming
1983
6 3
Outgoing
1983
6 4-6
Incoming
1984-1985
6 7
Outgoing
1985
6 8
Outgoing
1986
6 9
Incoming
1986
6 10
Answer-Request Form Letter

FinancesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Fundraising--Committees, Events
Box Folder
7 1-3
Fundraising Committees
1982-1983
7 4
David Harvey
7 5
Events-Halloween Party
October 29, 1982
7 6
Events-Permits
7 7
Events--Demonstration Permits
7 8
Events--Cocktail Party List
7 9
Events-Wasatch Rascals Square Dance
7 10
Events-Garage Sale
June 18, 1983
7 11
Events--T-Shirt Correspondence
7 12
Events--Rally Expenses
7 13
Events-Ax the MX Concert-I
7 14
Events--Pancakes for Peace
September 28, 1982
7 15
Events--Fair
September 1982
7 16
Events--Day In The Park
7 17
Events--Miscellaneous
Fundraising--Grants
Box Folder
8 1
The Foundation Directory
8 2
Peace Development Fund Grant
8 3
"53 Tips on Writing Grant-Winning Proposals"
8 4
Proposals/Requests
8 5
Possible Funding Sources
8 6
Canvassing
8 7
Proposal Attachments
8 8
Miscellaneous Funding Proposals
8 9
Miscellaneous Proposals
Fundraising--Miscellaneous
Box Folder
9 1
Correspondence
9 2
MXIC Contributors
April 1981
9 3
Donation Book
9 4
Funding Labels
9 5
Donation "Thank You" Letter
9 6
Donor Cards
9 7
Letter
1986
9 8
Fund to Stop MX
9 9
Utah Endowment for the Humanities
9 10
Miscellaneous
Youth Project, Taxes
Box Folder
10 1
Youth Project--Checks Sent
May 1983
10 2
Youth Project--Accounting of Project Expenses
10 3
Youth Project--Bank Statement
1983
10 4
Youth Project
1985
10 5
Youth Project--Tax Information
10 6
Taxes--IRS Materials
10 7
Taxes--State Tax Information
10 8
Taxes--State Sales Tax Exemption
10 9
Taxes--Utahns for A Nuclear Weapons Freeze
10 10
Taxes--Utahns for A Nuclear Weapons Freeze-State Tax Commission
Receipts
Box Folder
11 1
Affiliated Insurance Agency
11 2
All Makes Typerwriter Co.
11 3
Alphagraphics
1980
11 4
Alphagraphics
1981
11 5
Alphagraphics
1982
11 6
Alphagraphics
1983-1984
11 7
Aztec Copy
11 8
Badge-a-Minit
11 9
Campus Christian Center
11 10
Colorskreen
11 11
Contracts
11 12
Copy Right
11 13
Dixon Paper Centers
11 14
Heidishirts
11 15
Irvine Printing Co.
11 16
Kinko's Copies
11 17
Loftus Novelty and Magic Co.
11 18
MCI
11 19
Maire Graphics
11 20
Mountain Bell
1979-1980
11 21
Mountain Bell
1981
11 22
Mountain Bell
1982
11 23
Mountain Bell
1983
11 24
Mountain Bell
1984
11 25
National Telecom
11 26
Newspaper Agency Co.
11 27
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
11 28
Pepsi-Cola
11 29
Poll Sound
11 30
Postal Instant Press
11 31
Quik-Print
11 32
Road Runner Press
11 33
Rocky Mountain Headwear
12 1
Salt Lake City and County
12 2
Salt Lake Stamp
12 3
Salt Lake Stamp
12 4
SANE
12 5
Shirt Works
12 6
Snappy Print
12 7
Sir Speedy
12 8
Sorenson
12 9
Speedy
12 10
Super City
12 11
U.S. Postmaster
12 12
University of Toronto Press
12 13
University of Utah
12 14
Utah State Fair
12 15
Western Casualty Insurance
12 16
Miscellaneous, A-L
12 17
Miscellaneous, M-Z
12 18
Receipt Book Copies
12 19
Statements
1979
12 20
Statements
1980
12 21
Statements
1981
12 22
Statements
1982
12 23
Statements
1983
12 24
Statements
1984-1985
12 25
Petty Cash
1980-1982
Box
13
Ledgers, Receipt Books, Logs

PublicityReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
14 1
Press Releases
1979-1980
14 2
Press Releases--MX Coalition
1981
14 3
Press Releases
1982
14 4
Press Releases
1983
14 5
Press Releases
1985
14 6
Press Releases
1986
14 7
Public Service Announcements
1979-1980
14 8
Public Service Announcements
1981
14 9
Public Service Announcements
1982
14 10
Public Service Announcements
1983
14 11
Public Service Announcements
1984
14 12
Public Service Announcements
1985
14 13
Press Releases-Other Organizations
1985
14 14
Press Releases-Other Organizations
14 15
Press Releases--Individuals, Other Groups
15 1
Bulletin Board and Flyer Distribution
15 2
Church List
15 3
"Common Carrier" Articles
15 4
Cottonwood Club Membership List
15 5
Desert Sun
15 6
Directories of Government Officials
15 7
Frequently Used labels
15 8
Graphics
15 9
Handouts
1980
15 10
Handouts--Fact Sheets on MX
15 11
Handouts--An ICBM Primer
15 12
Handouts--Clipping Source for Articles
15 13
Handouts and Information
1981-1982
15 14
Handouts--Materials
15 15
Handouts--Miscellaneous
16 1
KSL
16 2
Media Contacts
16 3
Media
16 4
Newsclippings
16 5
Newsletter Articles
16 6
Organizations
16 7
Press Conference
October 1982
16 8
Publicity Committee
16 9
Rocky Mountain Poll
16 10
TV Contracts/Editorial Correspondence
16 11
U.S. Newspapers
16 12
Utah Community Agencies
16 13
Utah Media Organizations, Newspapers
16 14
Utah Press Association
1981
16 15
Utah Printers
Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
17 1
MXIC Calendar
1980
17 2
Miscellaneous Events
1980
17 3
Utah State Fair
1980
17 4
Gathering at Baker, Nevada
November 8, 1980
17 5
Upcoming Conferences
1980
17 6
Miscellaneous Events
1981
17 7
Calendar
1981
17 8
J. Edward Anderson
1981
17 9
Karl-Heinz Hansen
1981
17 10
Christopher Lehman
1981
17 11
Terry Provance
1981
17 12
Denver Energy Conference
January 1981
17 13
Nuclear War in Europe
April 1981
17 14
Roadshow
1981
17 15
Health Effects Group
1981
17 16
Health Effects of Nuclear War
November 7, 1981
18 1
Rally Committee
May 2, 1981
18 2
Hearings for Radiation Victims
May 29-31, 1981
18 3
Ax-MX Concert
1981
18 4
Press Conference after Reagan's MX Decision
October 1981
18 5
Rally to Halt the Arms Race
November 14, 1981
18 6
Press Conference
1981
18 7
Summer Teach-in
1981
18 8
Miscellaneous Flyers
1981
19 1
Calendar
1982
19 2
Miscellaneous
1982
19 3
Nancy Ramsey
1982
19 4
Past Conferences
1982
19 5
Logan Herald-Journal--Clippings
October 10, 1982
19 6
Americans for the Environment Conference
1982
19 7
Community Events-Non-MXIC
1982
19 8
Arms Race Freeze Rally
1982
19 9
Freeze Petitions
1982
19 10
Town Meetings--Unitarian Church
1982
19 11
Salt Lake City Town Meetings
1982
19 12
MX Conference--Denver
1982
19 13
MX Debate
1982
19 14
ZCMI Display
1982
19 15-16
Hiroshima-Nagasaki Vigil
August 1982
19 17
Peace Network Meeting
1982
19 18
Europeace
1982
20 1
Miscellaneous Events
1983
20 2
Seeds of World Conflict
1983
20 3
Hiroshima Vigil
August 1983
20 4
Williams International Peace Vigil
November-December, 1983
20 5
MX Actions
1983
20 6
Nuclear Freeze Walk
1984
20 7
MX Actions
1984
20 8
Other Organizations' Events
1984
20 9
Church Listings
1984
20 10
"America-Hitler to MX" (Film)
1984
20 11
Atomic Comics
April 1984
20 12
Calendar
1984
20 13
Calendar
1985
20 14
Other Organizations
1985
20 15
Salt Lake Freeze
1985
20 16
Calendar
1986
20 17
Salt Lake Freeze
1986
20 18
Other Organizations
1986
20 19
Permission to use Pioneer Park
1986

PetitionsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
21
Petitions
1980-April 1981
22
Petitions
1981
23
Miscellaneous Petitions

OrganizationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
24 1
Abalone Alliance
24 2
Action for Nuclear Disarmament
24 3
AFL-CIO-Advocate
24 4
Alliance for Survival
24 5
American Friends Service Committee
24 6
American Security Council
24 7
American Movement for World Government
24 8
Amnesty International
24 9
Arms Control Association--Arms Control Today
24 10
B
24 11
Black Hills Alliance
24 12
Brine Shrimp Alliance
24 13
The Brookings Institutions
24 14
Bureau of Land Management
25 1
C
25 2
Cactus Alliance
25 3
Campaign for/to...
25 4
Campaign for Political Rights
25 5
Campus Christian Center
25 6
Center(s) for ...
25 7
Center for Defense Information
25 8
Center for Law and Social Policy
25 9
Central America Solidarity Coalition
25 10
Children of War Tour
25 11
The Christophers
25 12
Citizens ...
25 13
Citizens Alert
25 14
Citizens for Safe Utah
25 15
Citizens Call
26 1
Clergy and Laity Concerned
26 2
Coalition for Direct Action at Seabrook
26 3
Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy
26 4
Coalition for a Non-Nuclear World
26 5
Committee for ...
26 6
Committee for National Security
26 7
Congress Watch of Utah
26 8
Conscience and Military Tax Campaign
26 9
Council for a Livable World
26 10
Council on Economic Priorities
26 11
Crabshell Alliance and Live Without Trident
26 12
Critical Mass
26 13
D
26 14
A Directory of Small Groups Seeking Peace
26 15
Disarmament Resource Center
26 16
Don't Waste Utah
26 17
Downwinders
27 1
E
27 2
East Bay Women for Peace
27 3
Energy ...
27 4
Environmental Policy Institute
27 5
Environmental Protection Agency
27 6
Environmental Task Force
27 7
Equal Rights Coalition of Utah
27 8
F
27 9
Federation of American Scientists
27 10
Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs
27 11
FOIA--Fund for Open Information Accountability
27 12
Fellowship of Reconciliation
27 13
Friends of Danilo Dolci, Inc.
28 1
Friends Committee on National Legislation
28 2
Friends of the Earth
28 3
The Front Line--Civil Defense and Nuclear War
28 4
FUTURE--Folks United to Thwart Unsafe Radiation Emission
28 5
G
28 6
Greenham Women Against Cruise Missiles
28 7
Greenpeace
28 8
The Greens (German Parliamentary Group)
28 9
Ground Zero
28 10
H
28 11
Hanford Conversion Project
28 12
High Technology Professionals for Peace
28 13
I
28 14
The Idaho Sun
28 15
Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies
29 1
Interfaith Center to Reverse the Arms Race
29 2
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
29 3
Institute for Policy Studies
29 4
J
29 5
K
29 6
L
29 7
Labor Research Association, Inc.
29 8
Land LEAF
29 9
Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control
29 10
Libertarian Party of Utah
30 1
M
30 2
MADRE
30 3
Marriott, Congressman Dan
30 4
Micronesia Support Committee
30 5
Mid-Penninsula Conversion Project
30 6
Minnesota Public Interest Research Group
30 7
Missilani--Hercules, Inc.
30 8
Mobilization for Survival
30 9
Montana Network for Nuclear Disarmament
30 10
Moynihan, Senator Daniel Patrick
30 11
Monsen, Congressman David
30 12
Movement for a New Society
31 1
N
31 2
National ...
31 3
National Campaign to Stop MX
31 4
National Peace Academy
31 5
Never Again
31 6
The New Abolitionist
31 7
New England Coalition
31 8
New York Mobilizer
31 9
Nuclear ...
31 10
Nuclear Free America
31 11
Nuclear Free Maui Project
31 12
Nuclear Information And Research Service
31 13
Nuke Watch
31 14
O
31 15
Ohdake Foundation
32 1
P
32 2
Pacific Life Community News
32 3
Peace ...
32 4
Peace Council of the GDR-Information
32 5
Peace Development Fund
32 6
Peace Development Fund--The Exchange Project
32 7
The Peacemaker
32 8
Peace resource Project
32 9
People ...
32 10
People for the American Way
33 1
Physicians for Social Responsibility
33 2
Planetary ...
33 3
Planetary Initiative for the World We Choose
33 4
Plowshares
33 5
Potomac Alliance Power Plant
33 6
Pro-Peace
33 7
Public Citizen
33 8
Public Citizen's Energy Journal
33 9
R
33 10
Recon
33 11
Resource Center for Nonviolence
33 12
Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant
34 1
S
34 2
Sacramento Peace Center
34 3
Sagebrush Alliance
34 4
Sanctuary
34 5
Santa Fe Peace Coalition
34 6
SANE
34 7
Sierra Club--National
34 8
Sierra Club--Utah
34 9
Socialist Worker's Party
34 10
Solar Utah
35 1
Southwest Research and Information Center
35 2
Survival Summer
35 3
T
35 4
Trident Nein
35 5
Thinkpeace
35 6
Traprock Peace Center
35 7
Tri-State MX Coalition
36 1
U
36 2
United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War
36 3
Union of Concerned Scientists
36 4
U.C. Nuclear Weapons Lab Conversion Project
36 5
United Nations Association of Utah
36 6
U.S. Radio
36 7
Utah Clergy and Laity Concerned
36 8
Utah Democratic Socialist
36 9
Utah Environment Center
36 10
Utah Issues
36 11
Utah Peace and Human Environment Institute
36 12
Utah Peace Network Resources Guide
37 1
Utah Wilderness Association
37 2
Utah Nuclear Wast Repository News
37 3-4
Utahns United Against the Nuclear Arms Race
37 5
VEDA News and V
37 6
W
37 7
A Walk to Moscow
37 8
War Resisters League
37 9
Washington Spectator
37 10
Western Action
37 11
Western Shoshone Sacred Lands Association
37 12
Western Solidarity
37 13
Workshop in Nonviolence
38 1
Women ...
38 2
Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament
38 3
Women's Information Network
38 4
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
38 5
Women's Strike for Peace
38 6
World...
38 7
World Constitution and Parliament Association
38 8
World Federalists
38 9
World Information Service on Energy
38 10
World Peace Council
38 11
World Peace Tax Fund
38 12
World Policy Forum
38 13
Wyoming Human Services Project
38 14
X, Y, Z
38 15
Lists
Intermountain Area Organizations
Box Folder
39 1
Great Basin MX Alliance--Newsletter
39 2
Great Basin MX Alliance--Rockhouse Meetings
39 3
Great Basin MX Alliance--Events
39 4
Great Basin MX Alliance--Correspondence
39 5
Great Basin MX Alliance--Miscellaneous
39 7
MX Concerned Citizens of Central Utah
39 8
Nevadans Opposed to MX
39 9
Utahns United Against MX
39 10
Wyoming Against MX
39 11
Miscellaneous Groups
39 12
Lists of Persons
DEIS Comments; Miscellaneous Anti-MX Statements
Box Folder
40 1
DEIS Statement--MXIC
40 2
DEIS Statement--Individuals
40 3
DEIS Statement--Nevada Cattleman's Association
40 4
DEIS Statement--Great Basin MX Alliance
40 5
DEIS Statement--Miscellaneous Groups
40 6
Anti-MX Statements--Church Resolutions
40 7
Anti-MX Statements--Letters to the Editor
40 8
Anti-MX Statements--Letters Against MX
40 9
Anti-MX Statements--Miscellaneous Resolutions
Pro-MX Groups
Box Folder
41 1
MX Promotion Offices
41 2
Clippings
41 3
Contractors Information
41 4
Brochures

LegislativeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Utah Legislators
Box Folder
42 1
Frances Farley
42 2
Senator Jake Garn
42 3
Representative James Hansen
42 4
Senator Orrin Hatch
42 5
Representative Dan Marriott
42 6
Governor Scott Matheson
42 7
Mayor Ted Wilson
42 8
Miscellaneous Utah Legislators
Utah--Miscellaneous
Box Folder
43 1
Clean Energy Petition
43 2
Libertarian party
43 3
Utah Democratic Party
43 4
Utah Democratic Party
1982
43 5
Utah Republican Party
43 6
General Election Laws-Utah
43 7
Utah Government Task Force
43 8-9
Candidates/Campaign
1980
43 10-11
Candidate Questionnaires
1980
43 12
MX Survey--Utah Elected Officials
1981
43 13
Utah Democratic Delegates
1980
43 14
Agenda
1980
43 15
Utah Legislation
Federal Government
Box Folder
44 1
Utah Federal Legislators
44 2
MX Voting Records
44 3
Other Federal Legislators
44 4
Air Force
44 5
Air Force--Handouts
44 6
Bureau of Land Management
44 7
Department of Defense
44 8
Environmental Protection Agency
44 9
MX Impact Planning Act
Miscellaneous Government
Box Folder
45 1
Armed Services Committee
45 2
Federal Election Committee
45 3
Legislative Information Committee
45 4
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
45 5
Utah MX Coordination Office
45 6
Water Rights Protests

Nuclear Arms Freeze (The Freeze)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Utahns for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze
Box Folder
46 1
By-Laws
46 2
State Minutes
46 3
Voter Registration Materials
1984
46 4
Quick Freeze Petitions and Cover Letter
1984
46 5
Utah Freeze Meeting and Attendance Rolls
46 6
Utahns United--Ed Firmage
1982
46 7
Phone Tree
46 8
Mormon Church
46 9
Utah Lobby--SJR 1
46 10
Planning Outline
46 11
National Resource List
46 12
Grants
46 13
Funding Proposals
46 14
Lease
47 1
Films
47 2
Visual Aids/Pamphlets
47 3
Freeze Walk
1983-1984
47 4
Phone Lists Used in Freezewalk
47 5
"Human Race to End the Arms Race"
47 6
"Human Race to End the Arms Race"
1982-1983
47 7
"Human Race to End the Arms Race"
1984
47 8
Music Festival
47 9
Miscellaneous Events and Handouts
National Campaign
Box Folder
48 1
Campaign--Miscellaneous
48 2
Conference
1982
48 3
Fort Worth Committee Meeting
June 10-12, 1983
48 4
National Committee Meeting
1984
48 5
Various Chapters Correspondence
1984
48 6
Report of July 1984 National Committee Meetings
July 1984
48 7
Political
48 8
National Clearing House Information Packet
48 9
National Office--St. Louis, Missouri
48 10
Publications
48 11
State Campaigns--Miscellaneous
48 12
State Campaigns--Kansas City, Missouri
Informational Resources
Box Folder
49 1
Arms Freeze
49 2
Arms Race
49 3
Arms Treaties--SALT I and II
49 4
Arms Treaties--Test Ban
49 5
"A Bilateral Nuclear-weapon Freeze" Scientific American 247:5 (November 1982): 52-61
49 6
Build-down Proposals
49 7
Central America
49 8
Chemical Warfare
49 9
Church Statements
49 10
Civil Defense Program
49 11
Committee for a Strong and Peaceful America--Election Materials
1984
49 12
Comprehensive Freeze Act
49 13
Congressional Voting Records
49 14
Conversion
49 15
Crisis Relocation Plan
49 16
Defense and the Budget
49 17
Door-to-Door campaigning
49 18
Economic Impact
49 19
First Strike Weapons and Destabilization
49 20
Fund-Raising Issues
49 21
Government and the Freeze
49 22
House Resolutions
49 23
House-Senate Joint Resolutions
49 24
ICBMs
49 25
International Day of Disarmament
June 20, 1983
50 1
Jobs for Peace
50 2
Ted Kennedy's Response
1983
50 3
Labor's Response
50 4
MX
50 5
Military Balance
50 6
Mutual U.S.-U.S.S.R. Freeze Proposal
1982
50 7
National Congressional Action
1982
50 8
NATO Impact and Perspectives
50 9
Potential Donors List
1980
50 10
Nuclear Free Zone
50 11
Nuclear Testing
50 12
Nuclear Train
50 13
Nuclear Waste
50 14
Organizing Strategies
50 15
Parity Arguments
50 16
Peace Conversion
50 17
Peace Development Fund
1983
50 18
Pershing/Cruise Missiles
50 19
Polls
50 20
President's Commission on Strategic Forces
1983
50 21
Rallys
50 22
Responses to Anti-Freeze Arguements
1982
50 23
Senate Resolution 57
50 24
Survival of A Nuclear War
50 25
U.S.S.R.
50 26
Utah Legislature
50 27
Utah Politicians--1st Congressional District
50 28
Utah Politicians--Frances Farley
50 29
Utah Politicians--Ted Wilson Senate Race
50 30
Utah Politicians--Miscellaneous
50 31
Utah State Democratic Party
50 32
Verification
50 33
Veteran's Day Convocation
1982
50 34
Women Peace Activists
Packets, Strategies, Plans
Box Folder
51 1
Local Media List
51 2
Election Strategies
1984
51 3
Legislation
1984
51 4
Nonviolent Direct Action Strategy
1984
51 5
Membership Form
1985
51 6
Resolutions, Initiatives, Endorsements
51 7
Endorsements
51 8
National and International Endorsers
51 9
Forming PACs (Political Action Committees)
51 10
"What to do in case of..."
51 11
Endorsement Organizing Packet
51 12
Euromissile Packet
51 13
Legislative Organizing Packet
51 14
Congressional District Petitioning Packet
51 15
Endorsement Organizing Packet
51 16
Organizing Packet
51 17
European Theater Nuclear Weapons
51 18
Fundraiser's Packet
51 19
Writing Letters
Publications, Handouts
Box Folder
52 1
The Freeze Newsletter
1981-1984
52 2
The Freeze Update
1981-1983
52 3
The Freeze
1984
52 4
Nuclear Issues
1982-1983
52 5
Miscellaneous Freeze Newsletters
1982-1983
52 6
Ads for Freeze
1982
52 7
Publicity
1981-1984
52 8
Handouts
52 9
Peace Promotion Photos
52 10
Freeze Handouts
52 11
SL-1 Movie
52 12
Resources
1982
52 13
Resources-"Artists against the Arms Race"
52 14
Press Releases
1984
52 15
Miscellaneous

Alphabetical Subject FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
53 1
Agenda for Non-collaborations
53 2
Air Force Activities
53 3
ABM Systems
53 4
Arms Control--General
53 5
Arms Control--Specific U.S.-U.S.S.R. Talks
53 6
Arms Control-SALT
53 7
Arms Control-START
53 8
Arms Race
53 9
Arms Sales
53 10
Abstracts by MXIC Volumes
53 11
B-1, Stealth Bombers
53 12
John Birch Society
53 13
Campaign Issues
1984
53 14
Central America
53 15
Chemical and Biological Weapons and Warfare
53 16
Churches-Religious Positions on Peace
54 1
Central Intelligence Agency
54 2
Civil Defense/Survivalists
54 3
Clean Air
54 4
Comprehensive Test Ban treaty
54 5
Conventional Military Forces
54 6
Conversion
54 7
Cruise Missiles
54 8
Defense/U.S. Preparedness
54 9
Defense Budget
54 10
Defense Contractors
54 11
Defense Contracts and Arms Sales
54 12
Defense Economics
54 13
Department of Energy
55 1
Draft Resistance
55 2
Economics
55 3
Economy
55 4
Economy--Europe
55 5
Energy
55 6
Energy Policy
55 7
Environment
55 8
Environmental Movement
55 9
European Theater
55 10
Federal Bureau of Investigation
55 11
Foreign Policy
55 12
Freedom of Information
55 13
Global Conditions
55 14
Hiroshima/Nagasaki
55 15
Missile Accuracy/I.C.B.M. Vulnerability
55 16
Middle East
55 17
Midgetman
55 18
Military Fraud and Waste
55 19
Miscellaneous
55 20
MX
56 1
MX--Basing Alternatives
56 2
MX--Contractors
56 3
MX--Environmental
56 4
MX--Legal
56 5
MX--Opposition
56 6
Native Americans
56 7
NATO
56 8
Naval Programs
56 9
Nerve Gas
56 10
Neutron Bomb
56 11
Non-Proliferation Treaty
56 12
Nevada Test Site
56 13
Nuclear Energy Center
56 14
Nuclear Free Zone
56 15
Nuclear Power
56 16
Nuclear Testing
56 17
Nuclear Warfare/Electromagnetic Pulse
57 1
Nuclear Waste
57 2
Nuclear Weapons
57 3
Parity
57 4-5
Peace Movements-United States
57 6
Peace Movements-Europe
57 7
Peace Movements--Opposition
57 8
Polls
57 9
Presidential Directives
57 10
Price-Anderson Act
57 11
Politics
57 12
Radiation Exposure Compensation Act
57 13
Radioactive Fallout
57 14
Right-Wing Organizations
58 1
Sagebrush Rebellion
58 2
Senate Bill 1630
58 3
Sister Cities
58 4
Solar Energy
58 5
Solar Power
58 6
Soviet Military Strength
58 7
Soviet-U.S. Relations
58 8
Space Weapons
58 9
Space Treaties
58 10
Strategies
58 11
Tax Resistance
58 12
Thiokol
58 13
Three Mile Island
58 14
Titan Missiles
58 15
Townes Committee
58 16
Transportation
58 17
Trident
58 18
Treaty Violations
58 19
United Nations
58 20
U.S./India
58 21
Vitro Tailings
58 22
Vulnerability
58 23
Water Issues
58 24
Weteye Bombs

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
59 1
Bureau of Land Management
1979-1982
59 2
Cartoons
1978-1980
59 3
Cartoons
January-April, 1981
59 4
Cartoons
May-July, 1981
59 5
Cartoons
August-September, 1981
59 6
Cartoons
October-December, 1981
59 7
Cartoons
January-March, 1982
59 8
Cartoons
April-June, 1982
59 9
Cartoons
July-September, 1982
59 10
Cartoons
October-December 1982
59 11
Cartoons
1983
59 12
Civil Defense/Survival
1980-1981
59 13
Civil Defense/Survival
1982-1985
60
Energy
1979-1983
Folder
61 1
Environment
1977; 1979-1980
61 2
Environment
1981
61 3
Environment
1982-1983
61 4
Environmental Movement
1982
61 5
Global Conditions
1981-1983
61 6
Global Conditions
1983
61 7
Global Conditions
1984
61 8
Industrial and Military Waste
1980-1981
61 9
Industrial and Military Waste
1982
61 10
Industrial and Military Waste
1983-1985
62
International Relations
1979-1982
63
International Relations
1982-1985
MX
Box Folder
64 1
List--Bk 1
64 2
List--Bk 1
June-July 1979
64 3
List--Bk 1
October-November 1979
64 4
List--Bk 1
December 1979
64 5
List--Bk 1
January, 1980
64 6
List--Bk 2
64 7
List--Bk 2
February 1-14, 1980
64 8
List--Bk 2
February 15-29, 1980
64 9
List--Bk 2
March 1-16, 1980
64 10
List--Bk 2
March 17-31, 1980
64 11
List--Bk 3
64 12
List--Bk 3
April 1-15, 1980
64 13
List--Bk 3
April 16-30, 1980
65 1
MX
May 1-15, 1980
65 2
MX
May 16-31, 1980
65 3
MX
June 1-16, 1980
65 4
MX
June 17-30, 1980
65 5
List, Bk 4
65 6
List, Bk 4
July 1980
65 7
List, Bk 4
August 1980
65 8
List, Bk 4
September 1980
65 9
List, Bk 4
October 1-15, 1980
65 10
List, Bk 4
October 16-31, 1980
66 1
List--Bk 5
66 2
List--Bk 5
November 1-15, 1980
66 3
List--Bk 5
November 17-30, 1980
66 4
List--Bk 5
December 1-15, 1980
66 5
List--Bk 5
December 16-31, 1980
66 6
List--Bk 6
66 7
List--Bk 6
January 1981
66 8
List--Bk 6
February 1-14, 1981
66 9
List--Bk 6
February 15-28, 1981
66 10
List--Bk 6
March 1-15, 1981
66 11
List--Bk 6
March 16-31, 1981
67 1
List, Bk 7
67 2
List, Bk 7
March 5-25, 1981
67 3
List, Bk 7
March 26-31, 1981
67 4
List, Bk 7
April 1-15, 1981
67 5
List, Bk 7
April 16-30, 1981
67 6
List, Bk 8
67 7
List, Bk 8
May 1-15, 1981
67 8
List, Bk 8
May 16-31, 1981
67 9
List, Bk 8
June 1-15, 1981
67 10
List, Bk 8
June 16-30, 1981
68 1
List, Bk 9
68 2
List, Bk 9
July 1-15, 1981
68 3
List, Bk 9
July 16-31, 1981
68 4
List, Bk 9
August 1-15, 1981
68 5
List, Bk 9
August 16-31, 1981
68 6
List, Bk 10
68 7
List, Bk 10
September 1-15, 1981
68 8
List, Bk 10
September 16-30, 1981
68 9
List, Bk 10
October 1981
68 10
List, Bk 10
November-December, 1918
69 1
MX
January-February 1982
69 2
MX
March-April 1982
69 3
MX
May-June 1982
69 4
MX
July-August 1982
69 5
MX
Spetember-October 1982
69 6
MX
November 1982
69 7
MX
December 1-10, 1982
69 8
MX
December 11-31, 1982
69 9
MX
January 1983
69 10
MX
February-March 1983
69 11
MX
April 1983
69 12
MX
May 1983
69 13
MX
June-July 1983
69 14
MX
August-October 1983
70
MX
1983-1984
71
MX
1984-1985
Box Folder
72 1
Military Preparedness
1979-1980
72 2
Military Preparedness
January-June 1981
72 3
Military Preparedness
July-December 1981
72 4
Military Preparedness
January-March 1982
72 5
Military Preparedness
April-June 1982
72 6
Military Preparedness
July-September 1982
73 1
Military Preparedness
October-December 1982
73 2
Military Preparedness
January-February 1983
73 3
Military Preparedness
March 1983
73 4
Military Preparedness
April 1983
73 5
Military Preparedness
May-August 1983
73 6
Military Preparedness
September-October 1983
73 7
Military Preparedness
November-December 1983
73 8
Mining
1977; 1979-1980
73 9
Mining
1981
73 10
Mining
1982
73 11
Mining--Tar Sands
1980-1982
74
Miscellaneous
1979-1985
Folder
75 1-7
Nuclear Power and Plants
1979-1982
75 8
Nuclear Power Plants
1983
75 9
Nuclear Power Plants
January-May 1983
75 10
Nuclear Power Plants
June 1984-January 1986
75 11
Nuclear Power Plants--Maine Vote
1979-1980
76
Nuclear Testing
1979-1984
77
Nuclear Waste
1979-1985
Folder
78 1
Nuclear Weapons Freeze List
78 2
Nuclear Weapons Freeze
1981-1984
79
Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
1979-1982
Folder
80 1
Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
January-April 1983
80 2
Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
May-August 1983
80 3
Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
September-December 1983
80 4
Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
1984
80 5
Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
1985
80 6
Politics
1979-1980
80 7
Politics
January-June 1981
80 8
Politics
July-December 1981
80 9
Politics
January-June 1982
80 10
Politics
July-December 1982
81 1
Politics
1983
81 2
Politics
1984-1985
81 3
Polls
1981-1983
81 4
Power Plants
1979-1981
81 5
Power Plants
1982
81 6
Sagebrush Rebellion
1979-1982
81 7
SALT and Arms Control
1979-1980
82
SALT and Arms Control
1981-1982
Folder
83 1
SALT and Arms Control
June 1981
83 2
SALT and Arms Control
July-August 1982
83 3
SALT and Arms Control
September-November 1982
83 4
SALT and Arms Control
December 1982-1983
83 5
Space--U.S.-U.S.S.R.
1982
83 6
Stealth Bomber
1979-1980
83 7
Three Mile Island
1979-1985
83 8
Titan Missiles
1979-1982
84 1
U.S. Economy/Inflation
1980-1981
84 2
U.S. Economy
1982
84 3
U.S. Economy
January-February 1984
84 4
U.S. Economy
March-April 1984
84 5
U.S. Economy
May-June 1984
84 6
U.S. Economy
July-November 1984
84 7
Utah Growth
1978-1980
84 8
Utah Growth
August-December 1980
84 9
Utah Growth
1981
84 10
Utah Growth
1982
85 1
Utilities
1980-1981
85 2
Utilities
1982
85 3
Water
1979-March 1981
85 4
Water
April-December 1981
85 5
Water
1982
85 6
Weteye Bombs
1979-1980
85 7
Weteye Bombs
1981
85 8
Weteye Bombs
1982
85 9
Weteye Bombs
1983
85 10
Weteye Bombs
1984-1986

Indexed Subject FilesReturn to Top

The materials in boxes 86-150 were indexed by the staff of the MX Information Center. This card file index is contained in boxes 151-156. Occassional gaps exist in the files; these materials were not received by the Manuscripts Division, although a card for them may exist.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
86 1
ENG 1: Publications List, Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
86 2
ENG 2: Energy Conservation: Emerging Consensus, Diverging Committment
86 3
ENG 3: Synfuels from Coal and the National Synfuels Production Program: Technical, Environmental, and Economic Aspects
86 4
ENG 4: James B. Edwards Nomination
86 5
ENG 5: The Relationship Between the Department of Energy and Energy Industries
86 6
ENG 6: Department of Energy Fiscal Years 1981-82 Authorization (Civilian Applications)
86 7
ENG 7: Program of the Committee on Energy and Commerce for the 97th Congress
86 8
ENG 8:"Forgotten Fundamentals of the Energy Crisis"
86 9
ENG 9: World Oil Inventories
August 1981
86 10
ENG 10: Water Availability for Energy Development in the West
86 11
ENG 11: The Energy Consumer
April/May 1980
86 12
ENG 12: The Energy Consumer
February/March, 1980
86 13
ENG 13: The Energy Consumer
January, 1980
86 14
ENG 14: The Energy Consumer
January, 1981
86 15
ENG 15: "Utah Renewable Energy Resources Survey" S.B. No. 47
1982
86 16
ENG 16: NIRS Energy Fact Sheet #8: Energy Conservation
86 17
ENG 17: NIRS Energy Fact Sheet #7: Solar Energy
86 18
ENG 18: "Soviet-West European Natural Gas Pipeline"
86 19
ENG 19: "Statement by Robert W. Clark, President, Goodyear Aerospace Corp. before the Subcommittee on Energy Conservation and Power"
March 3, 1981
86 20
ENG 20: "How Much Oil and Gas?"
86 21
ENG 21: Mine Talk
Spring 1982
86 22
ENG 22: "Utah Renewable Energy Resources Survey" S.B. No. 47
1982
86 23
ENG 23: Energy Conservation in Procurement
87 1
ENG 24: Consider a Real Incentive to Conserve Energy
87 2
ENG 25: Securing America's Energy Future: The National Energy Policy Plan
87 3
ENG 27: Solar Events Calendar and Call for Papers as of May 1981
87 4
ENG 28: "World Oil Production and Security of Supplies," International Security
Winter 1979-1980
87 5
ENG 29: Federal Energy Programs. FY 1983: Budget Highlights
87 6
ENG 30: Electric Power Research Institute, Overview and Strategy
1981-1985
87 7
ENG 31: "Testimony of Joan B. Habib, National Wildlife Federation before the Subcommittee on Energy Conservation and Power"
87 8
ENG 32: "Statment of Ralph J. Johnson before the Subcommittee on Energy Conservation and Power"
87 9
ENG 33: "The Ethical Implications of Energy Production and Use," Solar Age
87 10
ENG 34: U.S. Department of Energy FY 1982 Budget in Brief
87 11
ENG 35: The Upstream: A Guide to Petroleum Exploration and Production
87 12
ENG 37: "Energy Update--Where are We Headed?"
88 1
ENV 1: "Bibliographies from Geotechnical and Envrionmental Contractors"
January 8, 1980
88 2
ENV 2: Scoping Plan for the Deployment Area Environmental Impact Statement Preliminary Draft
88 3
ENV 3: "This Land is Whose Land?" The Village Voice
ENV 4: "MX Field Activities" [USAF memo], February 6, 1980
December 10, 1979
88 4
ENV 5: Geotechnical Siting Investigation Briefing by Fugro National Inc., Norton AFB
3 January 1980
88 5
ENV 6: Fugro National Inc., Technical Reports, Nevada/Utah
ENV 7: HDR Technical Note Bibliography; ENV 8: Center for Law and Social Policy [letter], February 7, 1980
88 6
ENV 9: Gerald McDonough Testimony, MX Scoping Hearings
January 31, 1980
88 7
ENV 10: MX Environmental Impact Analysis Process
88 8
ENV 11: "The Sociological Analysis of Boom Towns," Western Sociological Review
1977
88 9
ENV 12: "Boomtowns in the Energy-Rich West: Who Makes the Decisions, Who Bears the Costs?," Intellect
ENV 13: "No Boomtown on the Kaiparowits Plateau: Who Made the Decision and Why?"; ENV 14: "Possible Land Use Impact of MX Deployment in Nevada and Utah" [memo] Spetember 13, 1979; ENV 15: "Estimate of Water Use by MX"; ENV 16: "HDR Activities in Nevada/Utah"
December 1976
88 10
ENV 17: BLM Analysis of Issues and Data Needs for MX EIS
88 11
ENV 18: Alaska Pipeline Impact Experience and Lessons for MX Affected Counties
ENV 19: "Some Social Consequences of Boom Towns," North Dakota Law Review
88 12
ENV 20: "Memorandum from the Kitsap County [Washington] Board of Commissioners"
ENV 21: Letter to Ballistic Missile Office, USAF, January 11, 1980
88 13
ENV 22: "The Fiscal Impact of Trident on State and Local Government"
88 14
ENV 23: "MX Mobile Missile Basing Area EIS" [letter]
ENV 24: "MX Missile Deployment and the National Environmental Policy Act" [memo], February 7, 1980; ENV 25: National Public Land Task Force, Nevada Outdoor Recreation Association. Inc., Newsletter; ENV 26: "MX 'Race-track' Deployment in the Great Basin"
February 7, 1980
88 15
ENV 27: Preliminary Survey: Socioeconomic Models. Assumptions, Computations and Results of MX Deployment in the Nevada-Utah Study Area
88 16
ENV 28: An Econometric Model of the State of Nevada
89 1
ENV 29: "Synopsis of Environmental Impact Statement Briefing"
89 2
ENV 30: "Historical Records Bearing on the Ecology and Natural Resources of the Region Under Consideration for Construction of the MX Missile System" [memo]
ENV 31: "Memorandum for the Economic Adjustment COmmittee and the Task Force for MX Environmental and Community Impact Planning," 4 February 1980
31 January 1980
89 3
ENV 33: "Question for MX Hearings"
89 4
ENV 35: Wildlife and Habitat Scoping Comments
89 5
ENV 36: Questions for Sierra Club in Salt Lake City
ENV 37: Statement by Zero Population Growth, Salt Lake City Chapter
89 6
ENV 38: MX Siting Area Decision Paper. Preliminary Draft
89 7
ENV 39: Land Withdrawal Survey Requirements. Preliminary Draft
89 8
ENV 40: Socioeconomic Modeling Comments
89 9
ENV 41: "Memorandum for the Vice Chief of Staff, USAF"
ENV 42: Viewgraphs Prepared for the 8 April 1980 Presentation
10 April 1980
89 10
ENV 43: Legal Obligations for Identifying Historic Sites in the BMCA's
89 11
ENV 44: Mining Engineering Study. MX "Great Basin" Candidate Site. Nevada-Utah
89 12
ENV 45: Mineral Appraisal Report. MX "Great Basin" Candidate Site. Nevada-Utah
89 13
ENV 46: Regional Socioeconomic Impacts of MX Base Creation and Operation
89 14
ENV 47: Emigrant Valley Basing Mode Evaluation Area
ENV 48: Summary of Onbase Socioeconomic Impacts
89 15
ENV 49: National Economic Impacts of MX Full-Scale Engineering Development
ENV 50: The Present Value of Agricultural Production Cost; ENV 51: MX Map Siting Area Requirements. Nevada
90 1
ENV 52: Deployment Area Selections Key Issues. Comments and Commitments
90 2
ENV 53: Summary Systems Study. MX Support Facilities
ENV 54: Constraint Level Selection Criteria for MX System Deployment
90 3
ENV 55: Surface Water Hydrology
ENV 56: MX Siting Study Labor Requirements
90 4
ENV 57: Technical Report: Planning. Federal Statutes. Scoping. Schedules, Key Issues
90 5
ENV 58: Environmental Analysis of Alternative MX Deployment Modes
90 6
ENV 59: Key Issues and Selection of Environmental Variables
90 7
ENV 60: Employment History of the Aerospace Industry
ENV 61: "Acceptability" of an EIS
90 8
ENV 62: MX Deployment Area Selection Issues Summary
90 9
ENV 63: Environmental Impacts of Candidate Basing Modes
90 10
ENV 64: "Comments on NEPA and the Environmental Analysis Process"
91 1
ENV 65: "Scoping Meetings Scheduled"
91 2
ENV 66: Providing Human Services in Energy Impacted Communities
91 3
ENV 67: "Statement of Duckwater Shoshone Tribe to the United States of America"
19 March 1980
91 4
ENV 68: Outline for Field Work on Range and Wildlife Management
91 5
ENV 69: "MX Siting Investigation, Geotechnical Evaluation, Vol. 1A"
91 6
ENV 70: "MX Siting Investigation, Geotechnical Evaluation, Vol. 1B"
91 7
ENV 71: "MX Siting Investigation, Geotechnical Evaluation, Vol. 2"
91 8
ENV 72: "MX Siting Investigation, Geotechnical Evaluation, Vol. 3"
91 9
ENV 73: "Executive Summary Report, Geotechnical Siting Investigation"
91 10
ENV 74: "MX Siting Investigation, Geotechnical Summary, Water Resource Program"
92 1
ENV 75A: "MX Siting Investigation, Nevada and Utah Water Law and Procedures for Rights Acquisition"
92 2
ENV 75B: "MX Siting Investigation, Nevada and Utah Water Law and Procedures for Rights Acquisition"
92 3
ENV 76: "Alternative Energy Sources for the MX System, Nevada-Utah"
92 4
ENV 77: "Aggregate Resources Report, Utah-Nevada Study Area"
92 5
ENV 78: "Notice of Hearing before the State Water Pollution Committee and the State Board of Health"
92 6
ENV 79: Letter, to Council on Environmental Quality
ENV 80: "The Energy Boom in the West: A Cloud without a Silver Lining?" Straight Creek Journal, 28 February 1980
16 April 1970
92 7
ENV 81: Fiscal Impact Analysis. Fort Stewart Area. Georgia: Summary. Trends and Forecasts
92 8
ENV 82: Fiscal Impact Analysis. Fort Stewart Area, Georgia: Trends and Forecasts
92 9
ENV 83: "MX Missile System: Role of BLM"
92 10
ENV 84: "Issues and Questions Regarding the MX Missile System for the National Public Lands Advisory Council"
92 11
ENV 85: "Nevada Cattlemen's Association Statements on Public Lands Matters to the National Public Lands Advisory Council"
93 1
ENV 86: "Geographic Requirements for Withdrawal Procedures"
93 2
ENV 87: "Wilderness and Significant Natural Areas Inventory"
93 3
ENV 88: "Vegetation Inventory"
93 4
ENV 89: "Overview Inventory of Wetlands, Floodplains, and Aquatic Habitats and Biota"
93 5
ENV 90: "Protected Species Inventory"
93 6
ENV 91: "Wildlife and Key Wildlife Habitat Inventory"
93 7
ENV 92: "A Description of Land Ownership and Administration in Nevada and Utah"
93 8
ENV 93: "A Description of Land Use Patterns in Nevada and Utah"
93 9
ENV 94: "A Description of Land Use Controls and Constraints and the Economy in Nevada and Utah"
93 10
ENV 95: "A Description of the Labor Force in Nevada and Utah"
93 11
ENV 96: "A Description of the Population in Nevada and Utah"
93 12
ENV 97: "A Description of the Housing, Community Facilities, and Infrastructure in Nevada and Utah"
93 13
ENV 98: "A Description of Local Government Finances in Nevada and Utah"
93 14
ENV 99: "Future Conditions of Agriculture, Grazing, Mining, and Recreation Without the MX Project"
93 15
ENV 100: "Future Conditions of the Economy Without the MX Project"
94 1
ENV 101: "Statutory Authority for Preservation of Cultural Resources"
94 2
ENV 102: "An Overview of Archaeological and Historical Resources in the Nevada/Utah Siting Region"
94 3
ENV 103: "Native American Concerns in the Nevada/Utah Siting Region"
94 4
ENV 104: "Statutory Programs Interacting with MX"
94 5
ENV 105: "Legal Requirements for MX Land Withdrawal"
94 6
ENV 107: "Pollution Control Laws Relating to Construction and Operation of MX"
94 7
ENV 108: "Environmental Laws Potentially Affecting MX"
94 8
ENV 109: "Summary Overview of Selected Communities in the Nevada/Utah Siting Region"
94 9
ENV 110: "Summary Characteristics of Watersheds with Geotechnically Suitable Land in the Nevada/Utah Study Region"
94 10
ENV 111: "Summary Characteristics of Potentially Secondarily Impacted Watersheds in the Nevada Utah Study Region"
94 11
ENV 112: "Environmental Constraints Analysis of Potential MX Operating Base Locations"
94 12
ENV 113: Research Projects Related to the MX Missile System
94 13
ENV 114: "Proposed Memorandum of Understanding: BLM and USAF"
94 14
ENV 115: MX Withdrawal
94 15
ENV 116: "Review of Air Force MX Preliminary Draft Environmental Impact Statement"
ENV 117: MX Status Report; ENV 118: MX Newsletter; ENV 119: MX Field Activities
94 16
ENV 120: MX Field Studies
94 17
ENV 121: "MX Operational Base Site Selection Study"
94 18
ENV 122: MX Information Request
94 19
ENV 123: Comments on Preliminary Draft Technical Operating Documents
94 20
ENV 124: Letter and Response on DEIS
ENV 125: SAC Manpower Estimates and Associated Studies; ENV 126: Total MX System Personnel Requirements for Full Deployment in Nevada/Utah, 1982-1991; ENV 127: Utah State Historical Preservation Office; ENV 128: MX Manpower Survey (USAF); ENV 129: Status of Inquiries to the USAF
95 1
ENV 130: Comments on MX Operating Base Location
95 2
ENV 131: Estimation of Financial Impacts Upon Host State Public Entities...
95 3
ENV 132: Application to Appropriate Water
95 4
ENV 133: USAF Field Studies in August for Utah
ENV 134: BLM Comments on Scoping Process; ENV 135: MX EIS Scoping Meetings
95 5
ENV 136: Utah Four County Proposed MX Impact Area: Phase I
95 6
ENV 137: Municipal Water-Supply and Waste-Water Treatment Facilities in Selected Nevada and Utah Communities
95 7
ENV 138: MX Siting Investigation: Gravity Survey. Southern Snake Valley
95 8
ENV 139: MX Siting Investigation: Gravity Survey, Whirlwind Valley
95 9
ENV 140: Hydrologic Reconnaissance of Deep Creek Valley. Tooele and Juab Counties, Utah, and Elko and White Pine Counties, Nevada
95 10
ENV 140: Hydrologic Reconnaissance of the Sink Valley Area, Tooele and Box Elder Counties, Utah
95 11
ENV 142: Water Resources of the Milford Area. Utah, with Emphasis on Ground Water
95 12
ENV 143: Hydrologic Reconnaissance of the Wah Wah Valley Drainage Basin. Millard and Beaver Counties, Utah
95 13
ENV 144: Hydrologic Reconnaissance of the Pine Valley Drainage Basin. Millard. Beaver, and Iron Counties, Utah
95 14
ENV 145: Hydrologic Reconnaissance of the Tule Valley Drainage Basin. Juab and Millard Counties, Utah
95 15
ENV 146: Hydrologic Reconnaissance of the Dugway Valley-Government Creek Area. West-Central Utah
96 1
ENV 147: Ground-Water Resources of the Parowan-Cedar City Drainage Basin, Iron County. Utah
96 2
ENV 148: Hydrologic Reconnaissance of the Fish Springs Flat Area. Tooele, Juab and Millard Counties, Utah
96 3
ENV 149: "MX DEIS Review and Comment Process"
ENV 150: "Geotechnical & Siting Near Term Activities"
96 4
ENV 151: MX Field Studies and Contracts/Sub- Contracts with Nevada and Utah Firms
ENV 152: "MX Draft Environmental Impact Statement Proposed Nevada Review Process; ENV 153: EIS Review Guidelines; ENV 154: DEIS Deficiencies
96 5
ENV 155: "Western Shoshones Battle for Tribal Lands," Cry California
Summer 1980
96 6
ENV 162: Report on Distribution of Funds to Western Shoshones
96 7
ENV 163: MX Siting Investigation: Geotechnical Evaluation. Conterminous United States. Vol II
96 8
ENV 164: "Staff Experts Charge: High Tech Veneer Hides Flaws in MX Environmental Impact Study"
ENV 165: Friends of the Earth Letter, 18 November 1980; ENV 166: MX Action Group Press Release; ENV 167: "The MX Weapon System and the Availability and Allocation of Water in Utah"
96 9
ENV 168: Strategies for Managing Boom-Town Growth; A Local Government Perspective
96 10
ENV 169: Financial Mechanisms to Mitigate Boom-Town Growth
96 11
ENV 170: Energy Development: Socio-Economic Impact Problems and Mitigation Strategies
96 12
ENV 171: Energy Resource Development in Utah: Problems and Economic Adjustment Strategies
96 13
ENV 172: EIS Scoping Document for Land-Based Missle-X: Gross System Study Requirements
96 14
ENV 173: Challenges of the Future for Utah's Water Policies. Part II
96 15
ENV 174: Selected Environmental Problems: A Christian Perspective
96 16
ENV 175: Forest Products Utilization Program
96 17
ENV 176: Transportation of Chemical Materiel: Operation RMT Final Environmental Impact Statement
96 18
ENV 177: Supplement to Final Environmental Impact Statement. Transportation of Chemical Materiel, Operation RMT
ENV 177: The National Energy Plan
96 19
ENV 178: "Energy: Facing up to the Problem, Getting Down to Solutions," National Geographic
February 1981
97 1
ENV 179: "Air Force Geotechnical Studies Briefing"
27 January 1981
97 2
ENV 180: The MX System and the Environment
ENV 181: The Workbook, March/April, 1981
97 3
ENV 181: MX/Native American Cultural and Socio-Economic Studies: Draft
97 4
ENV 182: Maps for Impacted Areas in Utah
Volume
97 1
ENV 183: FURGO Applications/Water Explorations
Folder
97 5
ENV 184: BLM Comments on MX Preliminary Draft Environmental Impact Statement
Volume
97 2
ENV 185: Site Staking/Environmental Review Activities for Pine and Wah Wah Valleys
Folder
98 1
ENV 186: National Park Service Comments on PD EIS
98 2
ENV 187: Investigation of Leaking Weteye Bombs
98 3
ENV 188: Welcome to Tooele Army Depot (TEAD)
98 4
ENV 189: U.S. Department of Energy Briefing on National Waster Terminal Storage Program
98 5
ENV 190: Briefing on National Waster Terminal Storage Program
98 6
ENV 191: Clean Air Act as Amended 42 U.S.C. 7401
98 7
ENV 191: Clean Air Act as Amended 42 U.S.C. 7401
98 8
ENV 192: Western Spotted Frog Biology
98 9
ENV 193: "MX Deployment Area Selection and Land Withdrawal/Acquisition. PD EIS"
98 10
ENV 194: "Could MX Construction Cause Cancer?" Willamette Valley Observer
ENV 195: "Draft Wilderness Management Policy: Opening of Public Comment Period." Federal Register, 16 January 1981; ENV 196: "Bureau of Land Management Draft Wilderness Study Policy: Policies, Criteria and Guidelines for Conducting Wilderness Studies on Public Lands." Federal Register. 19 December 1980
27 November 1980
98 11
ENV 197: Evan Hansen Letters
98 12
ENV 198: Environmental Impact of Grazing Cattle on the South Part of the Canyon Station Allotment
98 13
ENV 199: Utah Scoping Document
99 1
ENV 200: BLM Guidelines for EIS
Volume
99 1
ENV 201: MX Siting Investigation. Geotechnical Evaluation. Verification Study--Wah Wah Valley, Utah, Vol I: Synthesis
99 2
ENV 202: MX Siting Investigation, Geotechnical Evaluation. Verification Study--Pine Valley, Utah, Vol I: Synthesis
Folder
99 2
ENV 203: Environmental Impacts of Proposed Shelter and Road Locations
99 3
ENV 204: "Surveying and Environmental Inspection of Proposed and Alternate DTN Routes for the Utah IOC Valleys"
99 4
ENV 205: Second MX Siting Review Board Meeting
99 5
ENV 206: "Stateline Intensive Wilderness Inventory Final Decision"
99 6
ENV 208: Nevada Energy Advisory Committee Comments
99 7
ENV 209: "Wilderness Study Policy: Policies, Criteria and Guidelines for Conducting Wilderness Studies on Public Lands," Federal Register
3 February 1982
99 8
ENV 210: White River Road Final Enviornmental Assessment
99 9
ENV 211: BLM Reassessment of Certain Wilderness Characteristics
99 10
ENV 213: ALMRS: Automated Land and Mineral Record System
100 1
HR-MC 1: "Introductory Statement of Chairman McKay"
100 2
HR-MC 2: "Testimony At McKay Hearing"
5 November 1979
100 3
HR-MC 3: "Testimony of Senator Jake Gam"
100 4
HR-MC 4: "Testimony of Dan Berman"
100 5
HR-MC 5: "Statement of Governor Scott Matheson"
100 6
HR-MC 6: "Statement of Opposition to the MX Missile System"
100 7
HR-MC 7: "Statement by Dick Carter"
100 8
HR-MC 8: "Statement of Governor Robert List"
100 9
HR-MC 9: "Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Military Construction..."
100 10
HR-MC 10: "Questions and Answers of William Sheehan"
100 11
HR-MC 11: "Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Military Construction..."
100 12
HR-MC 12: "Testimony of Scott M. Matheson, Governor of Utah"
100 13
HR-MC 13: Military Construction Appropriations for 1980
100 14
HR-MC 14: "Amendment Offered by Mr. Simon," Congressional Record
16 September 1980
100 15
HR-MC 15: "Correction to the Record." Congressional Record
20 May 1980
100 16
HR-MC 16: "Testimony by Richard L. Garwin." Congressional Record
9 November 1980
100 17
HR-MC 17: U.S. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Policy
101 1
HR-PL 1: "MX Testimony Before the Public Lands Subcommittee..."
101 2
HR-PL 2: "Testimony of Governor Robert List of Nevada"
101 3
HR-PL 4: "Statement of Senator Orrin G. Hatch"
101 4
HR-PL 5: "Testimony of Dan Berman"
101 5
HR-PL 6: "Testimony of Raymond Yowell"
101 6
HR-PL 7: "Statement Presented to the Subcommittee on Public Lands"
101 7
HR-PL 8: "Testimony given by Dr. Edwin Brown Firmage"
101 8
HR-PL 9: "Department of the Air Force, Presentation given to the Committee on Public Lands"
101 9
HR-PL 10: "Statement of David Masselli"
101 10
HR-PL 11: "Hearings before the Subcommittee on Public Lands"
101 11
HR-PL 12: "Statement of Governor Scott M. Matheson"
101 12
HR-PL 13: "Statement of the MX Coalition: MX and Land Use"
101 13
HR-PL 14: "Oversight Hearing on Proposed MX Missile System"
HR-PL 15: "Statement Submitted by Mike Fogliani"
101 14
HR-PL 16: "Statement of the Duckwater Shoshone Tribe"
101 15
HR-PL 17: "A Feasibility Study of Water Production from Deep Carbonate Aquifers in Nevada"
101 16
HR-PL 18: "Testimony of David Gold"
101 17
HR-PL 19: "Statement of the Honorable Gunn McKay"
101 18
HR-PL 20: "Public Lands Subcommittee Hearing on MX"
101 19
HR-PL 21: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Letter to Representative John Seiberling
15 February 1980
101 20
HR-PL 22: Letter of Richard L. Garwin
4 February 1980
101 21
HR-PL 23: "Department of the Air Force Presentation to the Subcommittee on Public Lands"
101 22
HR-PL 24: Letter to Representative John Seiberling
12 October 1979
101 23
HR-PL 25: MX System Testimony
101 24
HR-PL 26: Excerpt from Department of Defense Supplemental Appropriations Authorization Act, Congressional Record
7 April 1981
101 25
HR-PL 27: "Department of Defense Authorizations." Congressional Record
2 July 1980
101 26
HR-PL 28: Basing the MX Missle
102 1
LAW 1: "Clean Air Act." Environmental Law Reporter
October 1977
102 2
LAW 2: "Summary Discussion of Clean Air Standards under the Clean Air Act"
102 3
LAW 3: "Wild and Scenic Rivers Act"
102 4
LAW 4: "Regulations for Implementing the Procedural Provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act"
102 5
LAW 5: Forest Service Manual Proposed Policy Amendment
102 6
LAW 6: Sierra Club Case Syllabus
102 7
LAW 7: "Memorandum on Kleppe v. Sierra Club"
102 8
LAW 8: Biological, Cultural Resources, Mineral Resources and Natural Resources Surveys
102 9
LAW 9: Public Land Policy Act
October 21, 1976
102 10
LAW 10: "Federal Land Policy and Management Act"
102 11
LAW 11: "Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976: A Summary"
102 12
LAW 12: "Department of Defense Supplemental Appropriation Authorization Act"
1979
102 13
LAW 13: "Department of Defense Authorization Act"
1980
102 14
LAW 14: "Military Construction Authorization Act"
1980
102 15
LAW 15: Appropriations for Military Construction for the Department of Defense
102 16
LAW 16: Appropriations for the Department of Defense
102 17
LAW 17: MX Intercontinental Missile Agricultural Basing Resolutions
102 18
LAW 18: "Draft MX Basing Bill"
102 19
LAW 19 A-B: Fund Expenditure-Basing Modes for MX Missile and "Military Construction Appropriations"
1980
102 20
LAW 20: MX Basing Bill
102 21
LAW 21: Deployment Site Selection Recommendations
102 22
LAW 22-23: "Sectional Analysis MX Missile System Basing Act" and "Point Paper on MX Mobile Missile Basing Act"
102 23
LAW 24: "MX Missile System Basing Act"
102 24
LAW 25: "Intent to Prepare Environmental Impact Statement"
102 25
LAW 26: "Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977"
102 26
LAW 27: "The Clean Water Act Showing Changes Made by the 1977 Amendments"
102 27
LAW 28: "Wilderness Act"
102 28
LAW 29: "Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment"
"LAW 30: "Guidelines for Expenditure of Section 115 Funds"
102 29
LAW 31: "The Endangered Species Act of 1973"
102 30
LAW 32: Historic Preservation Act
102 31
LAW 33: "National Environmental Policy Act of 1969"
102 32
LAW 34: "MX Basing Mode Resolution"
LAW 35: "MX Missile System Approval"
102 33
LAW 36: Marriott Resolution
102 34
LAW 37: "Response to MX/MPS System Impact by the Secretary of Defense"
102 35
LAW 38-39: Dellums Amendment
102 36
LAW 40: Small-Business Disaster Loans
102 37
LAW 41-43: Congressional Voting Records
102 38
LAW 44: "Military Construction Appropriation Bill"
1981
102 39
LAW 46: "Public Lands Withdrawal: The Federal Land Policy and Management Act and the Eagle Act"
102 40
LAW 47: "Utah Laws Relating to Growth Management"
102 41
LAW 48-49: Simon's Amendment
102 42
LAW 50: "Wilderness Act"
102 43
LAW 51: "Comments on NEPA and the Environmental Analysis Process"
102 44
LAW 52: "Council on Environmental Quality, EPA Fight Waivers for MX Project"
102 45
LAW 53: "MX Technical Interchange Meetings on Tiering and Secondary Impacts"
103 1
LAW 54: Clean Water Act
103 2
LAW 55: Legal Challenge to MX Deployment Decision
103 3
LAW 56: "MX Impact Planning Act"
103 4
LAW 57-58: Utah Test Ban Resolution
103 5
LAW 59: MX Deployment in Great Basin Litigation
103 6
LAW 60: Fast Track Legislation
103 7
LAW 61: Motion to Stay MX Basing Decision
103 8
LAW 62: How Our Laws Are Made
103 9
LAW 63: Weteye Lawsuit
103 10
LAW 64: Transportation of Nuclear Weapons To and From Pantex
103 11
LAW 65: Panhandle Environmental Awareness Court Case
103 12
LAW 66: Panhandle Environmental Awareness Stipulation of Dismissal
103 13
LAW 67: Sunflower Coalition Court Case
104 1
MISC 1: Budget Highlights
1980
104 2
MISC 2: The Economic Impact of Oil Import Reductions
104 3
MISC 3: The Windfall Profits Tax: A Comparative Analysis of Two Bills
104 4
MISC 4: Replacing Oil and Natural Gas with Coal: Prospects in the Manufacturing Industries
104 5
MISC 5: The U.S. Balance of International Payments and the U.S. Economy: Developments in 1978 and Early 1979
104 6
MISC 6: Nuclear Reprocessing and Proliferation: Alternative Approaches and their Implications for the Federal Budget
104 7
MISC 7: Energy Research, Development, Demonstration, and Commercialization
104 8
MISC 8: Energy Policy Alternatives
104 9
MISC 9: Institute for Policy Studies Catalog
Fall 1979
104 10
MISC 10: Synthetic Fuels from Coal: Status and Outlook of Coal Gasification and Liquefaction
104 11
MISC 11: The Nuclear Fuel Cycle and its Impacts on Nevada Indian Tribes
104 12
MISC 12: Final Environmental Statement Eastern Powder River Coal
104 13
MISC 13: "Training for Non-Violent Responses in Social Conflict"
104 14
MISC 14: Analysis of the Process of Decision-Making
104 15
MISC 15: "Meeting Facilitation: The No Magic Method"
MISC 16: Excerpt from Reading Book for Human Relations Training
104 16
MISC 17: "The Role of the Breeder Reactor"
104 17
MISC 18: Nuclear Big Brother
104 18
MISC 19: Protection of USAF Resources
104 19
MISC 20: The Nuclear Crossroads
MISC 21: Conservation and Alternative Energy; MISC 22: Fund Human Needs; MISC 23: Uranium Mining (Part 1); MISC 24: Uranium Mining (Part II); MISC 25: Medical Implications of Nuclear Power; MISC 26: Will Disarmament Cost You Your Job?
104 20
MISC 27: Some Hints in Talking to Your Legislator
104 21
MISC 28: "The Freedom of Information Act: What It Is And How To Use It"
104 22
MISC 29: "Civil Disobedience: Practice"
104 23
MISC 30: Synfuels: Answer to the Energy Crisis?
MISC 31: Is Exxon Worth Dying For?; MISC 32: "Air Force Personnel by Age"; MISC 33: "Education Level of SAC Military Personnel"; MISC 34: "SAC Base Population by Race and Sex"
104 24
MISC 35: How to Avoid Death and Taxes
104 25
MISC 37: Reporting for duty: The Pentagon and the Press
104 26
MISC 38: Solar Options for Military Workers
104 27
MISC 39: Command Policy: Defense Energy
104 28
MISC 40: Power Plants & Weapons: The Nuclear Connection
104 29
MISC 41: "State/EPA Agreement Utah/Region VIII (Fiscal Year 1981)"
104 30
MISC 42: "Resource List for Conversion Organizers"
104 31
MISC 43: "U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Directory of Regional Officials"
104 32
MISC 44: The Global 2000 Report to the President
104 33
MISC 45: "No Veto for States on Radwaste Sites"
MISC 46: "Nuclear Madness"; MISC 47: "Nuclear Waste Storage"; MISC 48: "Conservation: The Untapped Option"; MISC 49: "The Causes for Concern"; MISC 50: "Do You Know What Plutonium Is?"
104 34
MISC 52: "A Choice for Freedom" by Herman Wouk
104 35
MISC 53: J. Reuben Clark, Jr.: Law and International Order
105 1
MISC 54: "Defense Economics: A Preliminary Biography"
105 2
MISC 55: "Testimony of David Gold on Conversion"
105 3
MISC 56: "The Medical Consequences of Nuclear War"
105 4
MISC 57: Evaluation of Emergency Operating Procedures for Nuclear Power Plants
105 5
MISC 58: Control Room Design Review Report for TMI-1
105 6
MISC 59: Human Engineering Guidelines for Use in Preparing Emergency Operating Procedures for Nuclear Power Plants
105 7
MISC 60: Dives in Misericordia (Second Papal Encyclical by John Paul II)
105 8
MISC 61: "A Report on the Hazards of Transporting Nuclear Materials"
105 9
MISC 62: "Everything You Always Wanted to Know about hermodynamics . . . But Were Afraid to Ask"
105 10
MISC 63: A Nuclear Waste Primer
105 11
MISC 64: In Time of Emergency
105 12
MISC 65: Protection in the Nuclear Age
105 13
MISC 65: War Survival Focus of the Federal Emergency Management Agency
105 14
MISC 66: A New Impetust
105 15
MISC 67: Effects of the Accident at Three Mile Island on Residential Property Values and Sales
105 16
MISC 68: "Survey of the Readiness of Minuteman Missiles"
105 17
MISC 69: U.S. Crisis Relocation Planning
105 18
MISC 70: "State Revenue and Expenditure Projection Methodology and Preliminary Results"
105 19
MISC 71: "380 Congressional Districts Lose on B-1 Bomber"
MISC 72: "The Cost of Nuclear Disaster: Annihilation Doesn't Come Cheap"; MISC 73: "The Defense Department's Top 100"
105 20
MISC 74: Miscellaneous Budget Material
MISC 75: "Waste, Fraud, Abuse and Mismanagement in the Federal Government"
105 21
MISC 76: Public Debt
105 22
MISC 77: This is the Federal Emergency Management Agency
MISC 78: "Direct Cost of Warhead and Bomb Production-1978"
105 23
MISC 79: Nerve Gas Information, Chemical Weapons
105 24
MISC 80: U.S. Department of Energy Fiscal Year 1982 Budget in Brief
105 25
MISC 81: U.S. Department of Energy Budget in Brief
1981
105 26
MISC 82: "USU Committee to Assess Economic Costs of State of Utah of Transfering Federal Lands to State Ownership"
105 27
MISC 83: "Budget Authority by Function"
105 28
MISC 84: Critique of Vinson--Trammell Act, Profit Limitation
105 29
MISC 85: How Firm A Foundationt What Makes It So?
105 30
MISC 86: Newspaper Clippings
105 31
MISC 87: "Vinson-Trammell Act Profit Limitations"
106 1
MISC 88: "Bureaucratic and Other Problems in Planning and Managing Military R & D"
106 2
MISC 89: Charter of the Peoples for Peace
106 3
MISC 90: "Human Biological Effects of World-Wide Fallout from Nuclear Weapons Testing"
106 4
MISC 91: "A Big New Question about Utah Fallout"
106 5
MISC 92: A Year of Disobedience
106 6
MISC 93: Changes in the Concept and Measurement of Potential Output in the United States of America
106 7
MISC 94: Congressman Ted Weiss Reports
106 8
MISC 95: "Statement of Congressman Marriott on MX Missile"
February 27, 1981
106 9
MISC 96: Statement of Opposition to MX-MPS System by Senator Harrison Schmitt
106 10
MISC 97: Discussion of MX Costs in Congressional Record by Ted Weiss
106 11
MISC 98: Nuclear War: Hiroshima
106 12
MISC 99: Department of Defense Appropriation Bill
1981
106 13
MISC 100: Department of Defense Authorization for Appropriation for Fiscal Year 1982
106 14
MISC 101: "The Forgotten Guinea Pigs"
106 15
MISC 102: "Corps of Engineers/ Department of Labor Briefing in San Francisco and Trident Visit to Kitsap County, Washington"
106 16
MISC 103: "Situation in Poland"
106 17
MISC 104: Competition and Health Cost Containment: Cautions and Conjectures
106 18
MISC 105: "Strategic Situation in Central America and the Caribbean"
106 19
MISC 106: "Cuba's Renewed Support for Violence in Latin America"
106 20
MISC 107: How Inflation Erodes the Income of Fixed-Rate Lenders
106 21
MISC 108: Conflicting Objectives in Regulating the Automobile
106 22
MISC 109: PSR Newsletter (Physicians for Social Responsibility)
Summer 1981
106 23
MISC 110: Health Effects of Nuclear War
106 24
MISC 111: The Nation
August 22-29, 1981
106 25
MISC 112: An Aging Population and the Use of Medical Care
106 26
MISC 113: The Brain Drain Re-Emergent: Foreign Medical Graduates in American Medical Schools
106 27
MISC 114: Legislative Calendar
106 28
MISC 115: Brookings Bulletin
Spring 1981
106 29
MISC 116: Inspector General Act of 1978 Amendment Bill
106 30
MISC 117: First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget FY 1982
106 31
MISC 118: First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget--Fiscal Year 1982
106 32
MISC 119: The Global 2000 Report
107 1
MISC 120: Protection in the Nuclear Age
107 2
MISC 121: "The Day the Bomb Went Off"
107 3
MISC 122: United States Academy of Peace and Conflict
107 4
MISC 123: "Minimizing Excess Radiogenic Cancer Deaths After a Nuclear Attack"
107 5
MISC 124: "The Impact of International Terrorism"
107 6
MISC 125: "Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy"
107 7
MISC 127: Consumption in the USSR: An International Comparison
107 8
MISC 128: Committee on Armed Services
107 9
MISC 129: Civilian-Military Contigency Hospital System
107 10
MISC 130: "Whence the Threat to Peace"
107 11
MISC 131: "Defense Economic Adjustment Act"
107 12
MISC 132: "The Madrid Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe"
107 13
MISC 133: "Lorian Association"
Spring 1982
107 14
MISC 134: Safeguarding Peace is the Common Task of all Peoples
107 15
MISC 135: Can the Russians be Trusted?
107 16
MISC 136: Peace Programme for the 80s by L.I. Brezhnev
107 17
MISC 137: On Practical Ways to End the Arms Race Proposals of the Soviet Union (Speech by Andrei Gromyko at the UN General Assembly's Special Session on Disarmament)
107 18
MISC 138: The Soviet Union Proposes . . .
107 19
MISC 139: How It Looks from Moscow
107 20
MISC 140: Report of the Central Committee of the CPSU to the XXVI Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Immediate Tasks of the Party in Home and Foreign Policy
107 21
MISC 141: Reprints from the Soviet Press
107 22
MISC 142: "Department of Defense Authorization Act"
1982
107 23
MISC 143: The Nuclear Arms Race: Countdown to Disaster: A Study in Christian Ethics
107 24
MISC 144: Nomination of Caspar W. Weinberger to be Secretary of Defense
107 25
MISC 145: Economic Aspects of the Role of Government in Health Care
108 1
MISC 146: Rational-Expectations-with-Misperceptions as a Theory of the Business Cycle
108 2
MISC 147: The Revolution in Airline Regulation
108 3
MISC 148: Tax Policies for the 1980s
108 4
MISC 149: Surprise Attack: NATO's Political Vulnerability Hedging Against Surprise Attack
108 5
MISC 150: Physics and Society
January 1982
108 6
MISC 151: Physics and Society
October 1981
108 7
MISC 152: "The U.S. and Nicaragua"
108 8
MISC 153: "U. S. Militarism, The Current Crisis and the Myth of the Soviet Threat"
108 9
MISC 154: "Twilight of Deregulation," The Brookings Bulletin
1982
108 10
MISC 155: "Armed Services Committee Action on the Fiscal Year 1982 Defense Authorization Bill"
108 11
MISC 156: "International Narcotics Control Strategy"
108 12
MISC 157: "The Helsinki Conference, Belgrade, and European Security," International Security
Summer 1977
108 13
MISC 158: Hibakusha
108 14
MISC 159: "Pollution Controls and Productivity Growth in Basic Industry" and "Regulation and Productivity Growth" Brookings General Series Reprint 375
108 15
MISC 160: Public Citizen Congressional Voting Index/Money Index
1981
108 16
MISC 161: Williams International
108 17
MISC 162: "Black Electoral Participation and the Distribution of Public Benefits" Brookings General Series Reprints 379
108 18
MISC 163: Nuclear War Analysis for Salt Lake City
108 19
MISC 164: Senator Sam Nunn Newsletter
108 20
MISC 165: Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) News Release
108 21
MISC 166: "Will Radiation-Induced Cancer Kill All the Survivors of a Nuclear War?" Journal of Civil Defense
June 1981
108 22
MISC 167: "Economic Effects of the Defense Budget" The Brookings Bulletin
Fall 1981
108 23
MISC 168: H.R. 443
108 24
MISC 169: Budget Cut Proposals
1983
108 25
MISC 170: Black America's Stake in the Struggle for Disarmament and Peace
108 26
MISC 171: "WIN: Peace and Freedom Through Nonviolent Action"
108 27
MISC 172: "The Washington Spectator"
January 1982
108 28
MISC 173: Congressional Record
April 27, 1981
108 29
MISC 174: "Steel Imports: Dumping or Competition?" Brookings General Series Reprints 381
108 30
MISC 175: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress, Committee on Armed Services, no. 2
108 31
MISC 176: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress. Committee on Armed Services, no. 1
108 32
MISC 177: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress. Committee on Armed Services, no. 3
108 33
MISC 178: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress. Committee on Armed Services, no. 5
108 34
MISC 179: MEDOC
January-Spetember 1981
108 35
MISC 180: Key 1981 House Votes on Military Budget/ Arms Control Issues
109 1
MISC 181: National Peace Academy Campaign
109 2
MISC 182: "Promoting Democracy and Peace"
109 3
MISC 183: H.R. 6030
109 4
MISC 184: Transcript of Moscow Telecast
109 5
MISC 185: Transcript of Television Interview with Dr. Evgueni Ivanovich Chazov
109 6
MISC 186: Summary Proceedings of the Second Congress of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
109 7
MISC 187: Summary Proceedings of the Second Congress of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
109 8
MISC 188: "The Nuclear-Arms Race and the Physician" New England Journal of Medicine
March 1981
109 9
MISC 189: American Medical News
10 April 1981
109 10
MISC 190: "Physicians and Nuclear War" Journal of the American Medical Association
November 1981
109 11
MISC 191: The Soviet Response to Medical Efforts for the Prevention of Nuclear War
109 12
MISC 192: Congressional Roll Call
1981
109 13
MISC 193: American Atomic Bomb Survivors: A Plea for Medical Assistance
109 14
MISC 194: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress, Committee on Armed Services, no. 6
109 15
MISC 195: "Doctors Organize to Prevent Nuclear War" Congressional Record
26 March 1981
109 16
MISC 196: Cambridge and Nuclear Weapons: Is There a Place to Hide?
109 17
MISC 197: "The Civilian-Military Contingency Hospital System (CMCHS)--Pro and Con" New England Journal of Medicine
25 March 1982
109 18
MISC 198: "Soviet Civil Defence: Some Myths in the Western Debate" Survival
May/June 1978
109 19
MISC 199: "The Soviet Civil Defense Myth" pts 1-2, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
March 1978
109 20
MISC 200: "Medical Problems of Survivors of Nuclear War" New England Journal of Medicine
12 November 1981
109 21
MISC 201: "Civil Defense and the Medical Consequences of Nuclear War" Emergency Management
Spring 1981
109 22
MISC 202: "The Prompt and Delayed Effects of Nuclear War" Scientific American
July 1979
109 23
MISC 203: Protection in the Nuclear Age
109 24
MISC 204: Comprehensive Study on Nuclear Weapons: A Summary, Disarmament Fact Sheet No. 17
109 25
MISC 205: In Time of Emergency: A Citizen's Handbook on Nuclear Attack. Natural Disasters
109 26
MISC 206: How Concerned Should We Be About Low-Level Radiation
109 27
MISC 208: "Draft Report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the [U.N.] Twelfth Special Session--Addendum"
109 28
MISC 209: "Review of the Implementation of the Recommendations and Decisions Adopted by the General Assembly at Its Tenth Special Session"
109 29
MISC 210: In Search of Peace: American Initiatives
1946-1982
109 30
MISC 211: "Soviet Civil Defense: The Mine Shaft Gap Revisited" Arms Control Today
July/August 1982
109 31
MISC 212: "Moscow and the Peace Offensive"
109 32
MISC 213: "U.S. Interests in the Caribbean Basin"
MISC 214: "U.S. Approaches to Problems in the Caribbean Basin"
109 33
MISC 215: "Conventional Arms Transfers in the Third World"
1972-1981
110 1
MISC 216: "Population and International Security" International Security
Fall 1977
110 2
MISC 217: "U.S. Arms Transfers, Diplomacy and Security in Latin America" Arms Transfers and American Foreign Policy
110 3
MISC 218: "Congress and Arms Transfers" Arms Transfers and American Foreign Policy
110 4
MISC 219: Arms Transfers and American Foreign Policy
110 5
MISC 220: "Arms Sales: The New Diplomacy" Foreign Affairs
110 6
MISC 221: "The Economic Environment for Regulation in the 1980s" Brookings General Series Reprint 385
110 7
MISC 222: World Disarmament Campaign. Disarmament Week. Disarmament Fact Sheet No. 24
110 8
MISC 223: "Social Targeting in Community Development" Brookings General Series Reprint 368
110 9
MISC 224: "MBFR: Ten Years of Negotiating Security In Europe" Arms Control Today
September 1982
110 10
MISC 225: "Text of Reagan FY '82 Budget Revisions"
110 11
MISC 226: World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers
1970-1979
110 12
MISC 227: "Unemployment: Fallout of the Arms Race"
110 13
MISC 228: "Moscow's Poison War: Mounting Evidence of Battlefield Atrocities"
110 14
MISC 229: Nuclear Times
October 1982
110 15
MISC 230: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress. Committee on Armed Services, no. 7
110 16
MISC 231: "Productivity in a Changing World" The Brookings Bulletin
Summer 1981
110 17
MISC 232: "Soviet Civil Defense"
110 18
MISC 233: Nuclear Civil Defense Planning: A Report on Crisis Relocation in the Pioneer Valley
110 19
MISC 234: "America in Hostage to the Soviet Union: Implications of the Imbalance in Civil Defense"
110 20
MISC 235: "Nuclear Holocaust Haunts Europe" Sane World
June 1981
110 21
MISC 236: "European Nuclear Weapons Developments" Institute for Policy Studies
March/April 1982
110 22
MISC 237: "Pastoral Letter of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops on War and Peace"
110 23
MISC 238: The Brookings Review
Winter 1982
110 24
MISC 239: "First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget--Fiscal Year 1982"
110 25
MISC 240: Review of GAO Report on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978
110 26
MISC 241: Nomination of Eugene V. Rostow
110 27
MISC 242: Nomination of Edward L. Rowny
110 28
MISC 243: Soviet Violation of Helsinki Final Act: Invasion of Afghanistan
110 29
MISC 244: International Security Policy
111 1
MISC 245: Conventional Arms Sales
111 2
MISC 246: Arms Sales Package to Saudi Arabia
111 3
MISC 247: Aid and the Proposed Arms Sales of F-16's to Pakistan
111 4
MISC 248: Analysis of Six Issues About Nuclear Capabilities of India, Iraq. Libya, and Pakistan
111 5
MISC 249: Proposed Sale of F-16's to Venezuela
111 6
MISC 250: East-West Relations: U.S. Security Assistance
111 7
MISC 251: The Soviet Occupation of Afghanistan and Certain Human Rights Matters
111 8
MISC 252: Human Rights--Soviet Union
111 9
MISC 253: The United States and Poland: A Report on the Current Situation in Poland After the Declaration of Martial Law
111 10
MISC 254: Foreign Assistance Legislation for Fiscal Year 1983 (part 2)
111 11
MISC 255: First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget--Fiscal Year 1983
111 12
MISC 256: First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget--Fiscal Year 1983
111 13
MISC 257: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress. Committee on Foreign Affairs No. 6
111 14
MISC 258: Developments in Europe
July 1982
111 15
MISC 259: First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget--Fiscal Year 1982
111 16
MISC 260: Second Concurrent Resolution on the Budget-Fiscal Year 1982
111 17
MISC 261: First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget-Fiscal Year 1983
111 18
MISC 262: First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget--Fiscal Year 1983
111 19
MISC 263: President Reagan Attends Economic and NATO Summits
111 20
MISC 264: The Fate of This World Rests in Your Hands
111 21
MISC 265: "World Hunger vs. Arms Buildup," The Plain Truth
January 1983
111 22
MISC 266: "Daniel Ellsberg," Current Biography
1973
111 23
MISC 267: A Proper Peace Establishment
112 1
MISC 268: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 97th Congress, Committee on Armed Services No. 8
112 2
MISC 269: World Military and Social Expenditures
1982
112 3
MISC 271: A Review of the Department of Defense, Selected Acquisition Report (SAR)
December 31, 1981
112 4
MISC 272: The United Nations: 1, Conflict Management 2. Effective Administration
112 5
MISC 273: The Women's Leadership Conference on National Security: A Summary Report
112 6
MISC 274: "American Role in NATO," Department of State Bulletin
January 1983
112 7
MISC 275: "Nuclear Weapons: What is the Moral Reponse?" Department of State Bulletin
December 1982
112 8
MISC 276: "Statement to Subcommittee on Space Science and Applications Committee on Science and Technology, United States House of Representatives on the Second United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space"
112 9
MISC 277: "Testimony of the Honorable Jean Wilkowski, Former U.S. Ambassador (Zambia and United Nations-UNCSTD) Before the Sub-Committee on Space Science and Application, of the House Committee on Science and Technology"
112 10
MISC 278: "Building Peace in Central America," Department of State Bulletin
October 1982
112 11
MISC 279: "Defense, Dissent, and the Dollar," Bill Moyer's Journal
112 12
MISC 280: "Effects and Dangers of Nuclear War"
112 13
MISC 281: "Should Money Targets Be the Focus of Monetary Policy?" The Brookings Review
Spring 1983
112 14
MISC 282: "Disclosure of Air Force Records," U.S Code Title 32, Part 806
112 15
MISC 283: "A World at War--The Defense Monitor
1983
112 16
MISC 285: Nuclear War In Europe
112 17
MISC 286: U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, 98th Congress. Committee on Armed Services. No. 2
112 18
MISC 287: The Madrid Meeting of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe
112 19
MISC 288: "Inflationary Consequences of the Defense Buildup," Congressional Research Service Mini Brief #MB81256
112 20
MISC 289: Let's Face the Red Menace
112 21
MISC 290: "Nuclear Issues and Great Britain;" "The Nuclear Arms Race II: Proliferation and Disarmament;" "American Nuclear Issues," Nuclear Weapons and Warfare
112 22
MISC 291: Domestic Nuclear Shelters
112 23
MISC 292: Protect and Survive
112 24
MISC 293: United States-Soviet Research Studies
112 25
MISC 294: The United Nations Peace and Security
112 26
MISC 295: Force Level Calculator
112 27
MISC 296: H.R. 2969
113 1
MISC 297: S. 675
113 2
MISC 298: U.S./Soviet Military Balance: Statistical Trends
1970-1981
113 3
MISC 299: Department of Defense Authorization Act
1984
113 4
MISC 300: House Joint Resolution 379
113 5
MISC 301: The Brookings Review
Fall 1983
113 6
MISC 302: "The New Arms Technology and What it Means," The Nation
113 7
MISC 303: "The Conventional Buildup," Inquiry
June 1983
113 8
MISC 304: "Controlling International Narcotics Production and Trafficking"
113 9
MISC 305: Report by the Central Statistical Office of the GDR on the Fulfilment of the 1984 National Economic Plan
113 10
MISC 306: "Combating International Terrorism"
113 11
MISC 307: "U.S. Aid to El Salvador: An Evaluation of the Past, a Proposal for the Future"
113 12
MISC 308: Listen Real Loud: News of Women's Liberation Worldwide
Spring 1985
113 13
MISC 309: Addresses by Andrei Gromyko and Erich Honecker
6 October 1984
113 14
MISC 310: Upholding the Anti-Fascist Legacy and Dresden: A Commitment to Peace
113 15
MISC 311: GDR Puts Final Act of the Helsinki Conference Into Effect
113 16
MISC 312: Dealing with International Crises: Lessons from Zimbabwe
113 17
MISC 313: "The New Network of Terrorist States"
113 18
MISC 314: "Protecting U.S Personnel and Property Overseas"
113 19
MISC 316: Report by the Central Statistical Office of the GDR on the Fulfilment of the National Economic Plan in the First Half of 1985
113 20
MISC 317: "Terrorism: Overview and Developments"
114 1
MX 1: "The Horizontal Dash MX System
114 2
MX 3: "Big Missile, Little Security," Congressional Record
MX 4: "MX Insanity and a Solution to the Energy Crisis," Congressional Record, May 31, 1979; MX 5: "Wicker Article on MX Missile," Congressional Record, June 13, 1979; MX 6: "MX and the SALT Treaty," Congressional Record, May 31, 1979; MX 7: "2nd Wicker Article," Congressional Record, June 22, 1979; MX 9: "DOD Supplemental: MX and Pershing," Congressional Record, May 31, 1979
June 19, 1979
114 3
MX 10: "Dellums MX Amendment," Congressional Record
May 31, 1979
114 4
MX 11: "The MX Missile: An Arms Control Impact Statement"
114 5
MX 12: MX Deployment Management Plan: Main Report
114 6
MX 13: The Department of Defense Statement on MX and Strategic Force Modernization
114 7
MX 14: "Hatfield Amendment," Congressional Record
November 9, 1979
114 8
MX 15: The MX Missle and Multiple Protective Structure Basing: Long-Term Budgetary Implications
114 9
MX 16: MX Work Schedules
114 10
MX 17: "Point Paper on MX Split Basing"
114 11
MX 19: "MX Basing Area Program"
114 12
MX 23: "MX: Some Facts," United States Air Force Fact Sheet
114 13
MX 24: "MX Deployment," Summary of Remarks by Herbert Scoville, Jr.
114 14
MX 25: "Construction Materials: Technical and Non-Technical Facilities"
MX 26: "USAF Changes MX Missile Launch Mode," Aviation Week and Space Technology, March 17, 1980
114 15
MX 27: "Press Announcement by the President on MX Basing"
September 7, 1979
114 16
MX 28: News Conference by Dr. William Perry
114 17
MX 29: "MX Missile," Statement by Dr. William Perry
114 18
MX 34: "Department of the Air Force Presentation to the Committee on Appropriations House of Representatives"
114 19
MX 35: "Technical Description of MX Advanced ICBM"
114 20
MX 36: Status of the Air Force's Missle X Program
114 21
MX 37: "MX Missile to Roam 200 Racetracks," Science
October 1979
114 22
MX 38: "The Silo Busters: Misguided Missiles," Harper's Magazine
December 1979
114 23
MX 39: "Will MX Backfire?" Foreign Policy
Winter 1979-1980
114 24
MX 40: "MX: The Missile We Don't Need," The Defense Monitor
October 1979
114 25
MX 41: Map of Proposed MX Basing Area
MX 42: Letter of Richard L. Garwin, January 25, 1980
114 26
MX 43: Talk by Stan Holmes to Sugarhouse Kiwanis
November 20, 1979
114 27
MX 44: Evy's Radio Address
January 1980
114 28
MX 45: SOURCE: Southern Utah Residents Concerned About the Environment
114 29
MX 46: "The MX Missile: A Moving Target," Forbes
MX 47: "MX Spells Trouble Out West." Newsweek, February 11, 1980; MX 48: "Multiple Aimpoints not the Answer," Nature, March 15, 1979; MX 49: "Air Force Eyes ICBM Basing Options," Aviation Week and Space Technology, August 28, 1979; MX 50: "Air Force Restudying MX Basing Plan," Aviation Week and Space Technology, January 15, 1979
August 6, 1979
114 30
MX 51: "The MX Missile," Background Report by Office of Media Liaison
114 31
MX 52: "Three Guesses Where the Missile is Hidden," The Economist
MX 54: "MX: Missile Experimental or Mammouth Expenditure?" The Machinist
September 22, 1979
114 32
MX 55: Nevada, Utah Study Impact of MX," Aviation Week and Space Technology
November 26, 1979
114 33
MX 56: "The MX Missile," The McNeil/Lehrer Report
November 20, 1979
114 34
MX 57: "Racetrack Basing of MX Missiles in Utah Misguided," Salt Lake Tribune
December 2, 1979
114 35
MX 58: "The MX: Rube Goldberg for the Defense," Not Man Apart
MX 59: "MX: Its Environmental Program," United States Air Force Fact Sheet; MX 60: "MX: Why?" United States Air Force Fact Sheet
December 1979
114 36
MX 61: Press Briefing by Harold Brown, Secretary of Defense
September 7, 1979
114 37
MX 62: "Fact Sheet on MX"
MX 63: "MX Missile Raises Spectre of Massive Land Grab," The Wilderness Society Wilderness Report, January 1979
114 38
MX 64: "A Citizen's Guide to the Mobile Missile (MX)"
114 39
MX 65: President Carter's News Release
September 20, 1979
115 1
MX 66: "U.S. Air Force To Prepare MX Site Selection Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)"
MX 67: Letter of Harold Brown, September 7, 1979; MX 68: MX Active Contacts
115 2
MX 69: "Remarks Prepared for Governor Scott M. Matheson to be Delivered Before the Yale Environmental Law Association"
November 26, 1979
115 3
MX 70: Tentative Estimates of MX Program Costs
MX 71: Letter of Scott M. Matheson, October 10, 1979
115 4
MX 72: MX program Summary
MX 73: Verifiable Horizontal Shelter: Operations Concept; MX 74: Potential MX Basing Areas in Great Basin for Horizontal Protective Structures
115 5
MX 75: "MX Site Screening Activities," United States Air Force Fact Sheet
115 6
MX 76: "Memorandum on Pentagon Conversation"
September 25, 1979
115 7
MX 77: "MX Missile System, Remarks Announcing the Configuration for Basing the Missile System"
September 7, 1979
115 8
MX 78: "Perspective II: The MX Mobile Missile," Mark-up
February 1980
115 9
MX 79: "Citizens Versus the MX," Inquiry
March 5, 1979
115 10
MX 80: Letter of Utah Audobon Society, n.d.
MX 81: "MX' Mobile ICBM Ground System"
115 11
MX 82: "Basing Choice Moves MX Forward, Heightens Protest," Sane World
October 1979
115 12
MX 83: "A Solid Case for MX," Air Force
April 1980
115 13
MX 84: Editorial, Aquarium
April 1980
115 14
MX 85: ABC-TV Program Transcript
January 31, 1980
115 15
MX 86: Memorandum for the Chief of Staff, USAF
January 31, 1980
115 16
MX 87: "Taking Aim at the MX Missile," Time
MX 88: "Revolt in the West that Could Kill Supermissile," U.S. News and World Report, March 31, 1980; MX 89: "The Great Basin: First Casualty of the MX?" Atlantic, April 1980; MX 90: "Finding a Flaw in the MX Defense," Newsweek, April 7, 1980
April 7, 1980
115 17
MX 91: MX Deployment Management Plan: Appendices
115 18
MX 92: Letter of Ralph B and Katharyn Y. Rees
MX 93: "Should U.S. Kill the MX Missile?" U.S News and World Report, May 19, 1980; MX 94: "The Shoshone Nation Gains in the Fight Against the MX," The Press
March 20, 1980
115 19
MX 95: Letter of Stanley T. Holmes III
December 19, 1979
115 20
MX 96: Statement about MX
115 21
MX 97: Utah Power and Light Co, Annual Report
1979
115 22
MX 98: "The Realities of the 'MX'," KSL Editorial Comment
MX 99: "MX on Land or Sea?" Science, April 1980; MX 100: Letter to Jimmy Carter, February 7, 1980
March 24, 1980
115 23
MX 101: MX Debate Materials
115 24
MX 102: "A Conversation with Dr. Harold Brown," and "MX Mobile Basing," Command Policy
November 1979
115 25
MX 104: "MX Racetrack--A Risky Bet"
MX 105: "America's Greatest Construction: Can It Work?" The New York Review of Books, March 20, 1980
115 26
MX 106: Students Against MX Position Statement
115 27
MX 107: "Defending Against the MX, Experimental Missile: Creating National Debate on Mobile Missile Deployment"
115 28
MX 108: Announcement of Loading Dock Basing Mode
115 29
MX 109: Letter of Harold Brown
April 29, 1980
115 30
MX 110: "MX Loading Dock Concept Chosen by Defense Dept.," Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 111: "Background Paper on FY 81 Request for MX Design Funds"
5 May 1980
115 31
MX 112: "New MX Basing Design Being Evaluated," Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 114: Letter of Paul Simon, 12 May 1980; MX 115: MX Weapon System Fact Sheet
31 March 1980
115 32
MX 116: "MX Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Program," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB77080
115 33
MX 117: Letter of Edwin Firmage
8 May 1980
115 34
MX 118: "Remarks by Vice Admiral John M. Lee, U.S. Navy (Ret.)"
115 35
MX 119: Great Basin MX Alliance Proposal
115 36
MX 120: "Testimony on SUM as a Basing Scheme for the MX and its Advantages Relative to the Racetrack"
115 37
MX 121: Amendment to H.R. 6974, as reported, offered by Mr. Marriott
MX 123: Debate on the Simon Amendment, Congressional Record, 15 May 1980; MX 124: "Half-Time for the 'MX' Debate," KSL Editorial Comment, 6 May 1980
115 38
MX 125: Letter of Jimmy Carter
MX 126: "Oppose the MX Race-Track Basing Mode," Testimony of Dr. Edwin B. Firmage, 31 January 1980
27 February 1980
115 39
MX 128: "USAF Funds MX Extendable Cone Tests," Aviation Week and Space Technology
22 May 1978
115 40
MX 129: "MX Basing Studies Show Vertical Silo Preference," Aviation Week and Space Technology
19 June 1978
115 41
MX 130: "Test Blast Yields MX Basing Data," Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 131: "U.S./U.S.S.R. Shell Game," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 17 July 1978; MX 132: "Rockwell Begins MX Avionics Work," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 24 July 1978; MX 133: "MX Missile, Vertical Shelters Urged by U.S. Defense Chief." Aviation Week and Space Technology, 31 July 1978; MX 134: "MX Tunnel Breakthrough Tested," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 21 August 1978
10 July 1978
115 42
MX 135: Statement of the Duckwater Shoshone Tribe
5 May 1980
115 43
MX 136: "MX Basing Delay Threatens SALT," Aviation Week and Space Technology
20 November 1978
115 44
MX 137: "USAF Tests MX Breakout from Trench." Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 138: "U.S. to Test ABM System with MX." Aviation Week and Space Technology, 19 March 1979
20 November 1978
115 45
MX 139: "Upcoming Review of MX Covers Data on Impact." Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 140: "Hybrid MX Basing Wins Favor," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 23 July 1979; MX 140: "MX Basing Approval Expected," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 30 July 1979
9 April 1979
116 1
MX 142: "MX Flexibility Allows Doubling Shelters," Aviation Week and Space Technology
17 September 1979
116 2
MX 143: "Tangled in Policy." Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 144: "Water Supply Issue Raised in MX Missile Basing Plan," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 5 November 1979; MX 145: "MX Transporter/Emplacer Being Tested," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 18 February 1980
24 September 1979
116 3
MX 146: "Air Force Reverses Position, Backs Horizontal MX Basing," Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 147: "MX: Boon or Boondoggle?" Newsweek, 26 May 1980
10 March 1980
116 4
MX 148: "MX: $30 Billion for Parity?" Technology Review
MX 149: "Silos for Sale?" Forbes, 1 January 1980; MX 150: "OK, on with MX," The Economist, 10 May 1980; MX 151: "Looping the Loop," The Economist, 29 March 1980
May 1978
116 5
MX 152: "Congress Challenges MX Basing Plan," Science
May 1980
116 6
MX 153: "MX 'Missile Experimental': Environment, Security, Cost," Nucleus
1980
116 7
MX 154: "How Firm a Foundation! What Makes it So?" Lecture Given by Hugh Nibley
20 September 1979
116 8
MX 155: MX Contracts/Subcontracts with Utah and Nevada Firms
116 9
MX 156: Statement of Senator Jake Gam
6 May 1980
116 10
MX 157: Letter of Senator George McGovern
6 May 1980
116 11
MX 158: Letter of John F. Seiberling
29 October 1979
116 12
MX 159: "The Department of Defense Statement on the MX System"
116 13
MX 162: Deaprtment of the Air Force Presentation to the Committee on Armed Services
1 May 1980
116 14
MX 163: Statement on the MX System by the Honorable Harold Brown
116 15
MX 165: "MX Proposed Action" (map)
116 16
MX 166: "Statement of Professor William R. Van Cleave"
116 17
MX 167: "MX and the American Economy," Arms Control Today
MX 168: "Energy Requirements"
February 1980
116 18
MX 169: MX Basing Area Analysis Process
116 19
MX 170: "The MX Debate." Bill Moyer's Journal
24 April 1980
116 20
MX 171: "Annex to Secretary of Defense Harold Brown's Statement..."
116 21
MX 172: "Insuring Survivability: Basing the MX Missile," Heritage Foundation Backgrounder
27 May 1980
116 22
MX 173: "Correction to the Record," Congressional Record
MX 174: "U.S. BMD Programs." Air Force, May 1980
20 May 1980
116 23
MX 175: "MX Project Basing Scenarios"
116 24
MX 176: "MX Facts and Figures"
116 25
MX 178: "Hiding MX: Now You See It." The Economist
MX 179: "What's Good About MX"
31 May 1980
116 26
MX 180: "MX Criticisms"
116 27
MX 181: "The MX Program." Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense News Release
12 June 1980
116 28
MX 182: MX Hearing Transcript
6 May 1980
116 29
MX 183: "Statement by Governor Scott M. Matheson, Monday"
16 June 1980
116 30
MX 184: "Win, Place, Or Show in Missileland," Inquiry
MX 185: "Population Growth and the 'MX'." KSL Editorial Comment, 16 June 1980; MX 186: "Former Leader of Military Chiefs Sees No Need for an MX Missile," The New York Times, 12 May 1980; MX 187: "MX Legislative Update," Friends of the Earth
26 November 1979
116 31
MX 188: "The Mobile Land-Based MX: A National Security Disaster"
116 32
MX 189: "Shifting MX Expenditures to Energy Efficiency: Memo on the National Security Implications of Alternative Energy Development"
116 33
MX 191: "MX: National Security and the Destruction of Society's Values"
116 34
MX 192: "Human Values and the MX Missile System"
116 35
MX 193: "MX Missile Performance, Throw Weight." Aviation Week and Space Technology
16 June 1980
116 36
MX 194: "MX Basing Decisions Clear Way for Design Advances," Aviation Week and Space Technology
16 June 1980
116 37
MX 195: "Demonstration Planned for MX Defense." Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 196: "MX Launch Technique Changed," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 16 June 1980
16 June 1980
116 38
MX 197: "Alternatives to the Proposed MX," Council for a Livable World
MX 198: "MX Update: Senate Armed Services Committee Action," Council for a Livable World, 13 June 1980
18 June 1980
116 39
MX 199: "Shallow Underwater Missile (SUM) as an Alternative to the MX Racetrack," Council for a Livable World
MX 200: "Opposition to the MX Basing Mode is Widespr What a Number of Conservatives are Saying," Council for a Livable World
116 39
STR 250: "Superpower at Sea: A Debate" International Security
MX 201: "Where Else but in America?" KSL Editorial Comment, 27 June 1980; MX 202: " The Govermor and the MX? " KSL Editorial Comment, 20June 1980
Summer 1976
116 40
MX 204: "Bathtubs and Windows," The Economist
MX 205: House of Representatives MX Vote Swing List
12 July 1980
116 41
MX 206: "The Los Alamos ABM Assessment," Congressional Record
6 June 1980
116 42
MX 207: "Defense Procurement Authorizations. 1981," Congressional Record
1981, 17 June 1980
116 43
MX 208: "A Weapon System as large as the State of Pennsylvania Comes to the Old West," Sierra
July/August 1980
116 44
MX 209: "Response to KSL Editorial of June 20"
MX 210: "Response to KSL Editorial of June 27"
116 45
MX 211: "The Carter Doctrine," Congressional Record
30 May 1980
116 46
MX 212: "The AFL-CIO Platform Proposals"
116 47
MX 213: "Alternate MX Basing Poses." Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 214: "NATO Assesses Moscow Nuclear Talks," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 7 July 1980; MX 215: "MX Shroud,"Aviation Week and Space Technology, 14 July 1980
30 June 1980
116 48
MX 216: "MX Associate Contractors Listed," Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 217: "Air Force Faces Legal Challenge on Vandenberg MX Missile Project," Environmental Defense Center Press Release, 15 July 1980
14 July 1980
116 49
MX 218: "Business Development in the MX Project Area"
116 50
MX 219: "MX Legislative Update," Friends of the Earth
116 51
MX 220: "'MX' Comes One Step Closer," KSL Editorial Comment
MX 221: "Utah: 'Promised Land' Wrestles with Its Future," U.S. News and World Report, 11 August 1980
6 August 1980
116 52
MX 222: Letter of General Maxwell D. Taylor
17 April 1980
116 53
MX 223: MX Operational Base Site Selection Matrix
116 54
MX 224: Minutes of MX Working Group Meeting
29 May 1980
116 55
MX 225: Working Group Meeting
23 July 1980
116 56
MX 226: "MX: ABM of the 1980s" Nucleus
1980s, Summer 1980
116 57
MX 227: "NASA Presses to Hold Shuttle," Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 215: "Krems Facility Supports Advanced Technology," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 14 July 1980
21 July 1980
117 1
MX 229: "The Proposed MX Weapon System"
117 2
MX 230: "Particle Beams, Laser Weapons--2," Aviation Week and Space Technology
August 4, 1980
117 3
MX 231: "Defense Planners Study Material Availability," Aviation Week and Space Technology
August 4, 1980
117 4
MX 232: "Statement of Captain John E. Draim, U.S.N. (Ret.)"
117 5
MX 233: "MX: The Human Element," Network
MX 234: "MX: No Sale," Network, July 1980
July 1980
117 6
MX 235: "Rebuttal to KSL Editorial of 6 August 1980"
6 August 1980
117 7
MX 236: Minutes of MX Working Group Meeting
July 29, 1980
117 8
MX 237: "MX: Better Late Than Never," Air Force Association Field Service Report
29 May 1980
117 9
MX 238: "Remarks by Lieutenant General Kelly H. Burke," United States Air Force News Release
1 March 1980
117 10
MX 239: "Air Force Files for MX Water Use," United States Air Force News Release
MX 240: "Remarks by General Richard L. Ellis," United States Air Force Aerospace Speech, 18 July 1980
1 August 1980
117 11
MX 241: "What is MX?"
117 12
MX 242: "Do We Really Have to Destroy the West to Save the Country?" Rocky Mountain Magazine
117 13
MX 243: "The Los Alamos ABM Assessment," Congressional Record
6 June 1980
117 14
MX 244: "Defense Procurement Authorizations, 1981," Congressional Record
17 June 1980
117 15
MX 245: "Business Development in the MX Project Area"
117 16
MX 246: Domestic Considerations Affecting Deployment of a Multiple Protective Structure Basing System for the MX Missile
117 17
MX 247: "Air Force Assigns Officer to Work With Rural Counties Affected by MX Missile," Nevada News
8 October 1979
117 18
MX 248: "MX: A Threat to Peace"
MX 249: "Anti-MX Move Wins 152 House Votes," Sane World, June 1980; MX 250: "The MX Mobile Missile," Council for A Livable World Fact Sheet; MX 251: "MX Legislative Update," Friends of the Earth, 5 May 1980
117 19
MX 252: "MX Background Information"
117 20
MX 253: "An Address by Rev. Stephen Sidorak to the Mormon Theological Symposium"
117 21
MX 254: "Rethinking the Unthinkable," Time
MX 256: "Manifesto of the MX Missilists"; MX 257: "Science and the Citizen," Scientific American, June 1980
25 August 1980
117 22
MX 258: "It's Not Only the Russians Who Regard the MX as a Threat," National Journal
23 August 1980
117 23
MX 259: "MX: The Public Works Project of the 1980s," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
February 1980
117 24
MX 260: "Air Force Spokesman Soft Pedals Any MX Conflicts," Intermountain Pay Dirt
MX 261: "The Case Against MX"; MX 262: "MX in Perspective"
August 1980
117 25
MX 263: "A Program for Military Independence"
117 26
MX 264: "'Man's Largest Project' Targets the West," Cry California
MX 265: "Should Our Missile Force Go to Sea?" Reader's Digest, September 1980
Summer 1980
117 27
MX 266: "1980 Republican National Convention Platform," Congressional Record
1980
117 28
MX 267: "A Nuclear Dyad: The Sensible Alternative to the MX," Clark on the Issues
117 29
MX 268: "Marriott Defends 'Common Sense' Delay of MX Funding," Congressional Record
MX 269: "Of Walls, Canals, Pipelines, and the Pyramids; and the; MX," Congressional Record, 10 September 1980; MX 270: "The Simon Amendment to the DOD Appropriations Bill"; MX 271: "The Increasing Costs of the MX Missile"
16 September 1980
117 30
MX 272: "MX Working Group Roster"
117 31
MX 273: "MX Impact Planning"
MX 274: "Minutes, MX Working Group Meeting, August 21, 1980"
117 32
MX 275: "The MX and Minuteman Vulnerability," Arms Control Today
June 1980
117 33
MX 276: "Remarks of Dr. Edwin B. Firmage"
117 34
MX 278: "MX: A Mobile Defense System"
117 35
MX 279: "Should Our Missile Force Go to Sea?" Reader's Digest
September 1980
117 36
MX 280: "MX Operational Base Technical Siting Factors"
117 37
MX 281: MX Operating Bases
117 38
MX 282: "Testimony of Jeremy J. Stone, Director, Federation of American Scientists"
117 39
MX 283: Nevada MX Committee Minutes
19 May 1980
117 40
MX 284: "Brief Facts About MX"
117 41
MX 285: Launcherless Flotation System
117 42
MX 286: "MX Impact Report Termed 'Whitewash'," Santa Barbara News & Review
9 October 1980
117 43
MX 288: "For Your Information"
117 44
MX 289: "WESTPO Issue Paper: Lack of Federal Coordination of MX and Energy Projects in the West"
117 45
MX 290: "What Our Air Force Needs Most!" Airpower
MX 291: "National Security Planning Gone Looney?" F.A.S. Public Interest Report, April 1979; MX 292: "MAP or SALT?" F.A.S. Public Interest Report, September 1978
September 1980
117 46
MX 293: "The MX Missile: A Look Beyond the Obvious," Technology Review
May 1979
117 47
MX 294: Denver Post Reprint Series on MX
1980
117 48
MX 295: Letter of K.W. Claybaugh
MX 296: MX Subcontracts in Nevada
17 October 1980
117 49
MX 297: "A Floating U.S. Force of Missles," The Washington Star
25 September 1980
117 50
MX 298: "The Tital Blast May Blight the MX Missile," Business Week
MX 299: Post-MX Attack Scenario by James L. Farmer
6 October 1980
118 1
MX 300: "Notes of MX Meeting"
MX 301: "MX Wiring Diagram"; MX 302: Reagan MX; MX 303: "Reagan Camp Ponders Way to Beef Up US ICBM Force," Christian Science Monitor, 8 August 1980
September 18, 1980
118 2
MX 304: "Potential Layout of MX Roadways near Amarillo, Texas"
MX 305: "A Reagan MX"
118 3
MX 306: Strategy and the MX
118 4
MX 307: The MX Weapon System-a Program with Cost and Schedule Uncertainties
118 5
MX 308: "The MX Mobile Missile"
118 6
MX 309: "MX Missile Contractors," The Military-Industrial Atlas of the United States
118 7
MX 310: "MX Facts and Figures"
118 8
MX 311: "MX: A Demonstration of Bureaucratic Stupidity When We are Willing to Accept the Proposition on Faith"
118 9
MX 312: "The MX Debate," Bill Moyer's Journal
24 April 1980
118 10
MX 313: "Alternate MX Basing Concepts Weighed," Aviation Week and Space Technology
27 October 1980
118 11
MX 314: "Move MX Missiles Out to Sea," National Review
12 December 1980
118 12
MX 315: "The MX-ing of America," The San Francisco Chronicle
6 November 1980
118 13
MX 316: "MX System Depicted," Aviation Week and Space Technology
MX 317: "The MX Missile: A Fact Sheet"
15 December 1980
118 14
MX 318: "MX: Maginot Line of the 1980s," The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
November 1980
118 15
MX 319: "The True Cost of MX: Energy Independence and Economic Upheaval," Nucleus
Fall/Winter 1980
118 16
MX 320: "A Position Paper on the MX Missile System"
118 17
MX 321: "Remarks for Governor Scott M. Matheson to be Delivered at Santa Barbara City College, for the 'Challenge of a Nuclear World' Lecture Series"
March 4, 1981
118 18
MX 323: MX Environmental Technical Report 24: Energy, A Critical Summary
118 19
MX 324: Phase I-Baseline Study, Proposed Utah MX Deployment Area
118 20
MX 325: "America's Nuclear Nut-in-a-Cup or How MX Runs Rings Around SALT," Manchester Guardian
30 November 1980
118 21
MX 326: "MX: Suicide 101," Westword
28 November 1980
118 22
MX 327: Not Man Apart
February 1981
118 23
MX 328: "MX: A Special Report," Deseret News
21 April 1980
118 24
MX 329: "MX Map Siting Area Requirements, Nevada"
118 25
MX 330: MX Siting Investigation, Summary of Suitable Area. Nevada-Utah
118 26
MX 331: MX Weapon System Environmental Program: Preliminary Draft
118 27
MX 332: Lists of February/March 1981 Field Studies and Subcontract Status in Nevada and Utah
February/March 1981
118 28
MX 333: The MX Missile and the Arms Race: An Inquiry Into National Security in the 1980s
118 29
MX 334: The MX Weapon System: Issues and Challenges
118 30
MX 335: Economic and Demographic Impacts of MX Deployment in Utah and Nevada
118 31
MX 336: "MX Contracts/Subcontracts-Utah Firms"
118 32
MX 337: Decision in Favor of Split-Basing Study
MX 338: "MX Missile: A Critical Decision for Congress"
118 33
MX 339: "Point Paper: Sea-Basing MX Using the Floating Launch"
118 34
MX 340: "Estimated Cost of Upgrading the Utah Highway System to Meet the Needs of MX Deployment"
118 35
MX 341: "Testimony given by Ed Firmage before the Air Force Draft Environmental Impact Statement Hearing"
MX 342: "Statement of Congressman Marriott on MX Missile, February 27, 1981"; MX 343: "The Defense Department's Top 100," Council on Economic Priorities Newsletter, November 1980; MX 344: "MX: Missile on Wheels. Does the Arms Race Need a Racetrack?"
April 3, 1981
118 36
MX 345: "Hunger, National Security, and Peace." Hunger Notes
January 1981
118 37
MX 346: "MX: Strategy of Disaster"
118 38
MX 347: Miscellaneous Materials from Richard L. Garwin
118 39
MX 348: The MX Weapon System: Issues and Challenges
119 1
MX 349: "Shifting MX Expenditures to Energy Efficiency: Memo on the National Security Implications of Alternative Energy Development," Council on Economic Priorities Occasional Paper
119 2
MX 350: "Senators Garn, Laxalt Propose Alternate MX Basing Mode"
119 3
MX 351: "Misguided Expenditure: An Analysis of the Proposed MX Missile System," Council on Economic Priorities Newsletter
July 1981
119 4
MX 352: "Cost of Deploying the MX Weapon System"
Volume
119 1
MX 353: Mx Verifiable Horizontal MPS construction Concepts Investigation
Folder
119 5
MX 354: List of Members of Utah Environmental Coordinating Committee
119 6
MX 355: "MX: A Mobile Defense System"
119 7
MX 356: DEIS Hearings Schedule
MX 357: Townes Committee Members
119 8
MX 358: "Estimation of Financial Impacts upon Host State Public Entities..."
119 9
MX 359: "Fallout and the MX Missile"
119 10
MX 360: Potential Impacts of MX Deployment on Ranch Management and Ranch Economics
119 11
MX 361: "Preparation of Special Report-Life Support Facility Planning and Evaluation Concept Study..., Part I"
119 12
MX 361: "Preparation of Special Report-Life Support Facility Planning and Evaluation Concept Study..., Part II"
120 1
MX 362: MX Horizontal Multiple Protective Shelter Special Facilities Studies: Construction Procedures. Construction Schedules, Construction Cost Estimates
120 2
MX 363: Miscellaneous Pro-MX Materials
120 3
MX 364: "A Position Paper on the MX Missile System"
120 4
MX 365: "The Future of the United Kingdom's Nuclear Weapons Policy." Sixth Report from the Expenditure Committee
120 5
MX 366: Basing the MX Missile
120 6
MX 367: "Air Force Extends Comment Period for M-X Draft Environmental Impact Statement." United States Air Force News Release
January 21, 1981
120 7
MX 368: DEIS Comments by Mark Bird
120 8
MX 369: Overall View of MX Missile System
120 9
MX 370: "Misguided Expenditure: An Analysis of the Proposed MX Missile System," Council on Economic Priorities Newsletter
July 1981
120 10
MX 371: MX Environmental, Socio-economic and Arms Control Issues
120 11
MX 372: DEIS Comments by Dr. R. Sill
120 12
MX 373: Richard L. Garwin Collection of Transcripts of Various Radio Interviews
120 13
MX 374: Richard L. Garwin on SUM
120 14
MX 375: "Intent to Prepare Environmental Impact Statement," Federal Register
27 November 1979
120 15
MX 376: AP News Stories on Development of MX
1978-1979
120 16
MX 377: DEIS Agenda of Siting Meeting in Milford
MX 378: Letter of Scott M. Matheson, 14 October 1980
120 17
MX 379: "Congressman Jim Santini Comments on the MX Draft Environmental Impact Statement"
120 18
MX 380: MX Missile Basing
121 1
MX 381: Demographic Trends and High Development: The Utah MX Baby Bomb
121 2
MX 382: Technical Report. MX Alternative Operating Base Sites Biological Assessment: Existing Environment
121 3
MX 383: MX Base Comprehensive Plan
121 4
MX 384: Military Construction Authorization. Fiscal Year 1982
121 5
MX 385: Miscellaneous MX Articles
121 6
MX 386: "MX Deployment: Inadequacies of the Air and Sea Based Options." Heritage Foundation Backgrounder
31 August 1981
121 7
MX 387: "Human Values and the MX Missile System"
121 8
MX 388: "Preliminary Analysis of the MX missile Impact Upon the Law Enforcement Community of Nevada"
121 9
MX 389: "Summary of the March 12, 1981 General Accounting Office Testimony on the MX Missile System Draft Environmental Impact Statement
121 10
MX 391: "MXing of America: Creating a Police State to Safeguard 200 Live Nuclear Bombs." The San Francisco bay Guardian
1 July 1981
121 11
MX 392: "MX Environmental Draw Criticism." Congressional Record
MX 393: "Council on Environmental Quality, EPA Fight Waivers for MX Project." Environmental Reporter, 14 December 1980; MX 394: National Priorities. Congressional Record, 20 October 1981; MX 395: "Vulnerability and the MX"; MX 396: "Canceling the MX Missile Would be a Sign of Strength," St Paul Dispatch, 21 September 1981; MX 397: "MX Shuttle is Senseless." St. Paul Pioneer Press, 21 September 1981
8 July 1981
121 12
MX 398: "The MX Basing Debate: The Reagan Plan and Alternatives," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB81165
121 13
MX 399: "M-X Missile." United States Air Force Fact Sheet
121 14
MX 400: "The MX Symposium," Physics and Society
April 1981
121 15
MX 401: "Tunneling Technology Seminar: Supplement to the Proceedings"
121 16
MX 402: "Pros and Cons of Deep Underground ICBM Basing"
121 17
MX 403: "Corporate Capabilities and Qualifications for Design and System Integration of a Deep Underground Basing System Program"
121 18
MX 404: "MX Deployment Construction"
121 19
MX 405: Defense Nuclear Agency/Boeing Tunneling Technology Seminar
121 20
MX 406: "Statement of the Honorable Jack Brinkly"
121 21
MX 407: "MX Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Program," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB77080
121 22
MX 408: "Talk Given to the MX Missile Awareness Project"
121 23
MX 409: Department of the Interior's Comments and Concerns about Public Lands Impacts of the Proposed MX Basing
121 24
MX 410: "Controversy over the MX Missile: Pro and Con," Congressional Digest
November 1980
121 25
MX 412: "Conference Report on H.R. 6974, Department of Defense Authorization Act. 1981." Congressional Record
26 August 1980
121 26
MX 413: "MX Missile Program; Public Hearings on Draft Environmental Impact Statement." Federal Register
13 March 1981
121 27
MX 414: Final Environmental Impact Statement for the MX: Buried Trench Construction and Test Project
122 1
MX 415: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Petroleum"
MX 416: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Population"; MX 417: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Steel"; MX 418: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Water"
122 2
MX 419: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Mining"
MX 420: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Electrical Power; MX 421: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Ranching"; MX 422: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Construction"; MX 423: "Fact Sheet on M-X and Transportation"
122 3
MX 424: Assessing the Options for Preserving ICBM Survivability
122 4
MX 425: "The MX Missile"
122 5
MX 426: Land Withdrawal Survey Requirements
122 6
MX 427: "News Conference by Dr. William Perry"
122 7
MX 428: "Statement by Dr. William J. Perry"
122 8
MX 429: "Press Announcement by the President on MX Basing
7 September 1979
122 9
MX 430: The Department of Defense Statement on MX and Strategic Force Modernization
122 10
MX 431: MX Deployment Management Plan: Executive Summary
122 11
MX 432: "Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Military Construction"
122 12
MX 433: "MX Impact Report Termed 'Whitewash'." Santa Barbara News & Review
9 October 1980
122 13
MX 434: "Statement of Governor Scott M. Matheson"
122 14
MX 435: "Letter of Governor Scott M. Matheson"
February 29, 1980
122 15
MX 436: Final Draft Description of Proposed Action and Alternatives (DOPAA) for Missile X Multiple Portective Structures Weapon System
122 16
MX 437: MX Basing Area Alternatives: The Impacts of Split Basing
122 17
MX 438: Letter of Kenneth C. Olson
24 April 1980
122 18
MX 439: Letter of Kenneth C. Olson
24 April 1980
122 19
MX 440: Wildlife and Ecology Impact Comments
122 20
MX 441: Wildlife and Ecology Impact Comments
122 21
MX 442: Letter of Kenneth C. Olson
MX 443: Letter of Kenneth C. Olson, 25 April 1980
25 April 1980
122 22
MX 444: "Presentation to the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives"
1 May 1980
122 23
MX 445: Socio-economic Impact Comments
122 24
MX 446: Letter of Kenneth C. Olson
MX 447: Letter of Nicholas C. Yost, 29 May 1980
19 June 1980
122 25
MX 448: Land Withdrawal Impact Comments
122 26
MX 449: "The Controversy over MX"
122 27
MX 450: S. 815 Amendment No. 49
122 28
MX 451: "Statement by Governor Scott M. Matheson"
June 16, 1980
123 1
MX 452: Letter of Kenneth C. Olson
19 June 1980
123 2
MX 453: "MX Status Report"
July 15, 1980
123 3
MX 454: Status of Inquiries to USAF
18 July 1980
123 4
MX 455: Letters
June 24, 1980; 28 July 1980
123 5
MX 456: Utah Bureau of Air Quality Letter
18 June 1980
123 6
MX 457: "Business Development in the MX Project Area"
123 7
MX 458: Department of Defense Authorization for Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1982
123 8
MX 459: "The MX Missile and the Strategic Balance of Power," Science
2 April to 21 May 1982
123 9
MX 460: "Land Acquisition Costs"
123 10
MX 461: Miscellaneous Letters of Scott Matheson
November 23, 1982
123 11
MX 462: DEIS Specific Comments
123 12
MX 463: "Impact Assistance for Fiscal Year 1981 for Areas Affected by the MX Weapon System and the East Coast Trident Base"
123 13
MX 464: "MX DEIS Review and Comment Process"
123 14
MX 465: MX Land Use Restrictions; Air Force Minerals Policy
123 15
MX 466: Environmental and Geological Studies for MX
123 16
MX 467: PS Amendment
123 17
MX 468: Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Hearings
1981
123 18
MX 469: "Dense Pack-Moving Target for Arms Control," Arms Control Today
October 1982
123 19
MX 470: "Contribution of MX to the Strategic Force Modernization Program"
123 20
MX 471: "MX Closely Spaced Basing"
July 20, 1982
123 21
MX 472: "The Effectiveness of the Proposed Closely Spaced Basing Mode for Protecting the MX Missile: Preliminary Analysis" Congressional Research Service Report No. 82-145F
123 22
MX 474: Deep Underground Basing Activities Affecting Utah
123 23
MX 475: Matching Nuclear Weapons to Strategy: Lessons for the MX Decision
123 24
MX 476: Miscellaneous Congressional Quarterly Articles
1979-1980
123 25
MX 477: Design and Construction of Deep Underground Basing Facilities for Strategic Missiles, vols. 1-2
123 26
MX 478: Siting Aspects for Deep-Underground Tunnel Missile System in the Basin and Range Province
123 27
MX 479: An ICBM Basing Concept: Underground Mesa Based Secure Reserve Force
123 28
MX 480: Siting Aspects for Deep-Underground Tunnel Missile Systems
123 29
MX 481: "The MX Program: MX Peacekeeper"
124 1
MX 482: "White Paper on the MX Missile System"
19 July 1982
124 2
MX 483: Friends of the Earth et. al. vs. Caspar W. Weinberger et. al.
124 3
MX 484: Freedom of Information Act Request
124 4
MX 485: Defense Mapping Agency Freedom of Information Act Request
124 5
MX 486: U.S. Air Force Freedom of Information Act Request
124 6
MX 488: "The MX Program: MX Peacekeeper"
124 7
MX 489: "Small Single-Warhead Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles: Hardware, Issues, and Policy Choices" Congressional Research Service Report No. 83-106F
124 8
MX 491: "Draft Fact Sheet: The Midgetman Missile"
124 9
MX 492: Jackson Amendment
124 10
MX 493: U.S. Air Force Freedom of Information Act Request
124 11
MX 494: "Statement of the Secretary of Defense on MX Basing Before the House Armed Services Committee"
April 21, 1983
124 12
MX 495: The Case Against the MX Missile
124 13
MX 496: "MX Missile." Congressional Record
20 December 1982
124 14
MX 497: "FOIA Request for Waiver of Fees by Governor Matheson"
May 19, 1983
124 15
MX 498: Peacekeeper in Minuteman Silos DEIS
124 16
MX 499: "The Political Economy of the MX Missile"
124 17
MX 500: "MX Missiles in Minuteman Silos? or What Administration Officials, Consertative Senators and Others say about MX in Minuteman Silos (At Least, Were Saying a Year Ago)"
124 18
MX 501: Western Solidarity et. al. vs. Ronald Reagan et. al.
124 19
MX 503: "A Statement From the Mormon Church on Basing of the MX Missile"
May 5, 1981
Volume
124 1-2
Comments on the MX DEIS and ETRs MX Missile Policy Board, Attachments 1 and 3
Folder
125 1
NUC 1: Miscellaneous Federal Register Entries
125 2
NUC 2: Methodology for Evaluation of Emergency Response Facilities
125 3
UC 3: Technology, Safety and Costs of Decommissioning a Reference Uranium Hexafluoride Conversion Plant
125 4
NUC 4: "Need for Power and Alternative Energy Issues in Operating License Proceedings," Federal Register
3 August 1981
125 5
NUC 5: "Radiation Protection Survey Requirement; Miscellaneous Clarifying Amendments," Federal Register
30 October 1981
125 6
NUC 6: "Replacement of Provisions of Regulatory Guide 8.15...," Federal Register
9 November 1981
125 7
NUC 7: "Standards for the Reduction of Risk from Anticipated Transients Without Scram (ATWS) Events for Light-Water-Cooled Nuclear Power Plants," Federal Register
24 November 1981
125 8
NUC 8: "Licensing Requirements for the Storage of Spent Fuel in an Independent Spent Fuel Storage Installation; Minor Clarifying and Conforming Amendments," Federal Register
NUC 9: "Use of Administrative Law Judges in Antitrust Proceedings," Federal Register, 6 November 1981; NUC 10: "Codes and Standards for Nuclear Power Plants," Federal Register, 27 July 1981
1 December 1981
125 9
NUC 11: Evaluation Criteria for Detailed Control Room Design Review
125 10
NUC 12: Guidelines for Control Room Design Reviews
125 11
NUC 13: "Nuclear Regulatory Commission Regulatory Agenda," Federal Register
29 October 1981
125 12
NUC 14: "Protection of Unclassified Safeguards Information," Federal Register
22 October 1981
125 13
NUC 15: "Nuclear Regulatory Commission Regulatory Agenda," Federal Register
29 October 1981
125 14
NUC 16: A Survey by Senior NRC Management to Obtain Viewpoints on the Safety Impact of Regulatory Activities From Representative Utilities Operating and Constructing Nuclear Power Plants
125 15
NUC 17: An Analysis of Evacuation Time Estimates Around 52 Nuclear Power Plant Sites
125 16
NUC 18: "Fire Protection Rule: Corrections," Federal Register
10 August 1981
125 17
NUC 19: "Sale and Direct Industrial Use of Natural Gas for Outdoor Lighting; Proposed Amendments to Final Rule," Federal Register
2 November 1981
125 18
NUC 20: "Site Selection"
125 19
NUC 21: "A Primer on Nuclear Testing: Everything You've Always Wanted to Know But Have Never Been Told"
NUC 23: "Electrical Demand," Nuclear Information and Resource Service Fact Sheet # 6; NUC 24: Letter of Susan Martinez, 3 September 1981; NUC 25: "Radiation and Health," Nuclear Information and Resource Service Fact Sheet # 5
125 20
NUC 26: "Nuclear Dangers," Nuclear Information and Resource Service Fact Sheet # 2
NUC 27: "Nuclear Waste," Nuclear Information and Resource Service Fact Sheet # 1; NUC 28: "Uranium," Nuclear Information and Resource Service Fact Sheet # 4; NUC 29: "Codes and Standards for Nuclear Power Plants; ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code; Incorporation by Reference," Federal Register, 31 December 1981
125 21
NUC 30: Atomic Tests in Nevada
125 22
NUC 31: Guidelines for Preparing Emergency Procedures for Nuclear Power Plants
126 1
NUC 32: "Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Wastes in Geologic Repositories," Federal Register
July 8, 1981
126 2
NUC 33: Technology, Safety, and Costs of Decommissioning a Reference Low-Level Waste Burial Ground
126 3
NUC 34: "Task 5.1: General Layout and Design"
126 4
NUC 35: The Radiation Controversy
126 5
NUC 36: Department of Justice Press Release
NUC 37: "Nuclear Costs," Nuclear Information and Resource Service Fact Sheet # 3
13 April 1981
126 6
NUC 38: Technology, Safety, and Costs of Decommissioning Nuclear Reactors at Multiple-Reactor Stations
126 7
NUC 39: "Emergency Planning and Preparedness for Research and Test Reactors: Extension of Submittal Dates," Federal Register
NUC 40: "Administrative Claims Under Federal Tort Claims Act," Federal Register, 22 December 1981
31 December 1981
126 8
NUC 41: "Emergency Planning and Preparedness for Production and Utilization Facilities," Federal Register
20 January 1982
126 9
NUC 42: "Exemption for Ionizing Radiation Measuring Instruments," Federal Register
NUC 43: "Emergency Planning and Preparedness for Production and Utilization Facilities," Federal Register, 21 September 1981; NUC 44: "NRC's Jurisdiction Over Persons Using Byproduct, Source or Special Nuclear Materials in Certain Offshore Waters," Federal Register, 3 September 1981; NUC 45: "Procedures Unvolving the Equal Access to Justice Act," Federal Register, 28 October 1981
23 September 1981
126 10
NUC 46: "Safeguards Requirements for Non-power Reactor Facilities Authorized to Possess Formula Quantities of Strategic Special Nuclear Material," Federal Register
NUC 47: "Emergency Planning and Preparedness for Production and Utilization Facilities," Federal Register, 20 January 1982; NUC 48: "Emergency Planning and Preparedness for Production and Utilization Facilities," Federal Register, 15 December 1981
15 December 1981
126 11
UC 49: "Rules of Practice for Domestic Proceedings: Expediting the NRC Hearing Process," Federal Register
12 June 1981
126 12
NUC 50: "Amendment of Exemption for Ionizing Proceedings: Expediting the NRC Hearing Process," Federal Register
NUC 51: "Criteria and Procedures for Determining Eligibility for Access to or Control Over Special Nuclear Material," Federal Register, 18 November 1981; NUC 52: "Expediting the NRC Hearing Process," Federal Register, 1 December 1981; NUC 53: "Issuance of General License," Federal Register, 10 November 1981
12 June 1981
126 13
NUC 54: "Interim Requirements Related to Hydrogen Control," Federal Register
NUC 55: "Reporting, Recordkeeping, and Application Requirements; Approval," Federal Register, 30 December 1981
2 December; 23 December 1981
126 14
NUC 56: Proceedings of the 1981 National Waste Terminal Storage Program Information Meeting
126 15
NUC 57: "Licensing Requirements for Pending Construction Permit and Manufacturing License Applications," Federal Register
15 January; 1 February 1981
126 16
NUC 58: "Nuclear Fuel: The Hot Shuffle," The Progressive
NUC 59: "Immediate Notification Requirement for Operating Nuclear Reactors," Federal Register, 21 December 1981; NUC 60: "Environmental Qualification of Electric Euqipment for Nuclear Power Plants," Federal Register, 20 January 1982
1975
126 17
NUC 61: "Nuclear Fallout Resolution," H.C.R. 3
126 18
NUC 62: Radiation Exposure Compensation Act of 1981 Hearings Testimony
27 October 1981
Volume
127 1
NUC 63: Development of a Checklist for Evaluating Emergency Procedures Used in Nuclear Power Plants
127 2
NUC 64: An Analysis of Evacuation Time Estimates Around 52 Nuclear Power Plant Sites
127 3
NUC 65: Checklist for Evaluating Emergency Procedures Used in Nuclear Power Plants
127 4
NUC 66: Health Physics Appraisal Program
127 5
NUC 67: CLEAR (Calculates Logical Evacuation and Response): A Generic Transportation Network Model for the Calculation of Evacuation Time Estimates
127 6
NUC 68: Safety Goals for Nuclear Power Plants: A Discussion Paper
127 7
NUC 69: Public Draft. National Plan for Siting High-Level Radioactive Waste Repositories and Environmental Assessment
127 8
NUC 70: Standards for Psychological Assessment of Nuclear Facility Personnel
127 9
NUC 71: Draft Criteria for Perparation of Emergency Operating Procedures
127 10
NUC 72: Behavioral Reliability Program for the Nuclear Industry
127 11
NUC 73: Regulatory Imapct of Nuclear Reactor Accident Source Term Assumptions
127 12
NUC 74: Monitoring for Compliance with Decommissioning Termination Survey Criteria
127 13
NUC 75: NRC Plan for Cleanup Operations at Three Mile Island Unit 2
128 1
NUC 76: NRC Report on the January 25, 1982 Steam Genarator Tube Rupture at R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant
January 25, 1982
128 2
NUC 77: A Method for the Analysis of Hydrogen and Steam Releases to Containment During Degraded Core Cooling Accidents
128 3
NUC 78: Technology and Cost of Termination Surveys Associated With Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities
128 4
NUC 79: A Comparison of Site Evaluation Methods
128 5
NUC 80: Technology, Safety and Costs of Decommissioning Reference Nuclear Research and Test Reactors
128 6
NUC 81: Technology, Safety and Costs of Decommissioning Reference Nuclear Research and Test Reactors: Appendices
128 7
NUC 82: Estimated Environmental Effects of Deep Drilling
128 8
NUC 83: Estimated Environmental Effects of Geologic and Geophysical Exploratory Activities
129 1
NUC 84: Overview of the Regional Geology of the Paradox Basin Study Region
129 2
NUC 85: Water Sources and Conservation Study for the Paradox Basin. Utah
129 3
NUC 86: Environmental Characterization Report for the Paradox Basin Study Region Utah Study Areas
129 4
NUC 87: Paradox Characterization Summary and Location Recommendation Report
129 5
NUC 88: Evaluation of Area Studies of the U.S. Gulf Coast Salt Dome Basins
130 1
NUC 89: Proceedings of the 1980 National Waste Terminal Storge Program Information Meeting
130 2
NUC 90: Retrievability: Technical Considerations
130 3
NUC 91: NWTS Program Criteria for Mined Geologic Disposal of Nuclear Waste: Program Objectives. Functional Requirements, and System Performance Criteria
130 4
NUC 92: The National Plan for Radioactive Waste Management. Volume 1
130 5
NUC 93: Paradox Basin Site Characterization Report: Preparation Papers, Gibson Dome Location
130 6
NUC 94: Status of Technology for Isolating High-Level Radioactive Wastes in Geologic Repositories
130 7
NUC 95: Regional Environmental Characterization Report for the Paradox Bedded Salt Region and Surrounding Territory
Folder
130 1
NUC 96: Isolating High-Level Nuclear Waste: The National Program: Studies in Utah
130 2
NUC 97: "Public Meetings on Studies in Utah for Possible Siting of a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository"
Volume
130 8
NUC 98: Subgroup Report on Alternative Technology Strategies for the Isolation of Nuclear Waste
131 1
NUC 99: The National Plan for Radioactive Waste Management. Volume 2
131 2
NUC 100: Briefing on the National Waste Terminal Storage Program
131 3
NUC 101: U.S. Department of Energy Briefing on National Waste Terminal Storage Program for Utah Nuclear Waste Repository Task Force
131 4
NUC 102: U.S. Department of Energy Briefing on National Waste Terminal Storage Program for Utah Nuclear Waste Repository Task Force
Folder
131 1
NUC 103: "Proposed DOE Exploration Program in the EIL Ridge Area, San Juan County, Utah: Environmental Assessment"
131 2
NUC 104: Environmental Assessment of DOE Proposed Location and Baseline Studies in the Paradox Basin, Utah
131 3
NUC 105: Responses to Issues Raised in Comment Letters Received by the Bureau of Land Management Regarding Department of Energy Exploration Activities in the Paradox Basin
131 4
NUC 106: Site-Specific Environmental Evaluation for Borehole Drilling. Gibson Dome. San Juan County, Utah
131 5
NUC 107: National Waste Terminal Storage Program, Office of Nuclear Waste Isolation
131 6
NUC 108: Miscellaneous Site Selection Memoranda
131 7
NUC 109: "DOE's Program for High-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal--a New Emphasis"
131 8
NUC 110: "Preliminary Indication of Contents of Request for Work Authorization for Lacition Phase Activities in the Paradox Basin in Support of the DOE's National Waste Terminal Storage (NWTS) Program"
132 1
NUC 111: "Department of Energy Report on Fee for Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage and Disposal Services"
132 2
NUC 112: Briefing on National Waste Terminal Storage Program for San Juan Resource Area Office. U.S. Bureau of Land Management
132 3
NUC 113: "Breeder Reactors: The Clinch River Project," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB77088
132 4
NUC 114: Radiation
132 5
NUC 115: Health Effects of Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons
132 6
NUC 116: "Radiation--A Fact of Life"
132 7
NUC 117: A Legislator's Guide to Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management
132 8
NUC 118: "Citizen's Guide to U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Information"
132 9
NUC 119: Study of Transportation Issues Related to High Level Nuclear Waste
132 10
NUC 121: Final Environmental Statement on the Transportation of Radioactive Material by Air and Other Modes
132 11
NUC 122: "Task 5.4B: Potential Alternative Heat Rejection Systems"
132 12
NUC 123: Nuclear Waste Isolation Activities Report
May 1980
132 13
NUC 124: Nuclear Waste Isolation Activities Report
December 1980
132 14
NUC 125: "How to Find Information on Nuclear Waste Isolation"
132 15
NUC 126: H.R. 8378
132 16
NUC 127: "The Present Danger of a Reactor Vessel Rupture," Groundswell
January/February 1982
132 17
NUC 128: "Past Accidents and Areas of Possible Present Concern Regarding Atomics International"
132 18
NUC 129: "Nuclear Energy Policy," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB78005
132 19
NUC 130: "Institutional Aspects of Radioactive Waste Management"
132 20
NUC 131: "Transportation Considerations in the Paradox Study Area"
NUC 132: "Salt Disposal Concepts"; NUC 133: "How Might Utah be Affected?"; NUC 134: "Can Nuclear Waste be Safely Stored?"; NUC 135: "How Will the Decisions be Made?"; NUC 136: "Water Resources and Availability for the Paradox Basin, Utah"; NUC 137: "What are the Waste Products of a Nuclear Reaction?"; NUC 138: "Where are Nuclear Wastes Generated?"; NUC 139: "What Might a Nuclear Waste Repository Look Like?"; NUC 140: "Can Nuclear Wastes be Transported Safely?"; NUC 141: "What is 'Spent' Nuclear Fuel?"; NUC 142: "How Much Waste is there from Nuclear Power Production?"
132 21
NUC 143: S. 2189
132 22
NUC 144: H.R. 25123
132 23
NUC 145: Nuclear Waste Repository Task Force Minutes
132 24
NUC 146: Report on 1980 NWTS meetings
133 1
NUC 147: Supplemental Drilling Assessment
133 2
NUC 148: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Letter
31 March 1982
133 3
NUC 149: Veteran's Participation in Atomic Tests, Congressional Record
2 October 1981
133 4
NUC 150: "The Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act in Jeopardy"
NUC 151: "A Demand for Radiation Protection," Mine Talk, May-June 1981; NUC 152: "Political Inertia in Washington," Mine Talk, Spring 1982
133 5
NUC 153: Summary Characterization and Recommendation of Study Areas for the Paradox Basin Study Region
133 6
NUC 154: U.S. Department of Energy National Waste Terminal Storage Program Briefing on Repository Design
1982
133 7
NUC 155: "What Working People Should Know About the Dangers of Nuclear Power"
133 8
NUC 156: "The Hazards of Uranium Exploration"
133 9
NUC 157: "Radioactive Waste Disposal in Thick Unsaturated Zones," Science
June 1981
133 10
NUC 158: "The Spiderwort: Radiation Monitor," Garden
May/June 1979
133 11
NUC 159: "Federal Rescue for the Nuclear Establishment," Business and Society Review
Spring 1980
133 12
NUC 160: "Nuclear Power, Safety, and Insurance Issues of the 1980's: The Insurance Industry's Viewpoint"
133 13
NUC 161: "Proposed Rulemaking on the Storage and Disposal of Nuclear Waste"
133 14
NUC 162: Disposal of Solid Radioactive Wastes in Bedded Salt Deposits
133 15
NUC 163: "Statement of Mahlon E. Gates"
133 16
NUC 165: Honicker vs. Hendrie: A Lawsuit to end Atomic Power
133 17
NUC 167: NWTS Program Criteria for Mined Geologic Disposal of Nuclear Waste: Repository Performance and Development Criteria
133 18
NUC 168: "Status of Nuclear Power Plants"
133 19
NUC 169: Summary and Excerpts from "Social and Economic Aspects of Radioactive Waste Disposal: Considerations for Institutional Management"
133 20
NUC 170: Press Conference to be held on Nuclear Waste Routes
133 21
NUC 171: Public Comments on Nuclear Energy Center at Green River, Utah
133 22
NUC 172: NWTS Program Criteria for Mined Geologic Disposal of Nuclear Waste: Functional Requirements and Performance Criteria for Waste Packages for Solidified High-Level Waste and Spent Fuel
133 23
NUC 173: Managing Commercial High-Level Radioactive Waste
133 24
NUC 174: Safe Transport of Radioactive Material
133 25
NUC 175: "Breeders, Plutonium and Nuclear Weapons," Nuclear Control Institute
133 26
NUC 176: Draft Revised General Guidelines for Recommendation of Sites for Nuclear Waste Repositories
133 27
NUC 177: "Nulear Energy: Opportunities and Problems," Department of State Bulletin
NUC 178: "The Challenge of Nuclear Technology," Department of State Bulletin, September 1982
January 1983
133 28
NUC 179: Living with Radiation
133 29
NUC 180: "Once a Weapon has been developed...It will be used'"
133 30
NUC 181: "Fact Sheet on Salt as a Geological Repository for Nuclear Waste
133 31
NUC 182: Draft Revised General Guidelines for Recommendation of Sites for Nuclear Waste Repositories
133 32
NUC 183: "History of Nuclear Testing"
134 1
SALT 1: SALT II Agreement
134 2
SALT 4: "SALT II Glossary of Terms"
134 3
SALT 5: "The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks"
134 4
SALT 6: "Limiting the Strategic Arms Race"
SALT 7: "SALT II: The Choice"
134 5
SALT 8: "Seignious Lauds SALT Process in Chicago Speech"
SALT 9: "SALT II and Our Nation's Security"; SALT 10: "SALT II: A Good Arms Control Agreement, a Sound Defense Agreement"; SALT 11: "SALT II and National Security"
134 6
SALT 12: "Verification of SALT II Agreement"
SALT 13: "Compliance with SALT I Agreements"
134 7
SALT 15: "SALT II: The Path of Security and Peace"
SALT 16: "SALT II: The Sense of Horror is Missing"; SALT 17: "SALT II: Where We Stand"
134 8
SALT 19: "The SALT Process: Common Sense and Necessity"
SALT 21: SALT Renegotiation, Congressional Record, 2 August 1979; SALT 22: SALT Amendments, Congressional Record, 19 October 1979
134 9
SALT 24: "Statement on the SALT II Treaty...by Senator Jake Garn"
134 10
SALT 26: "SALT II: Armed Services Testimony"
SALT 28: "Statement by the Honorable Harold Brown"
134 11
SALT 29: "Statement of the Honorable George M. Seignious II"
134 12
SALT 31: "Statement of General David C. Jones, USAF"
134 13
SALT 32: "Opening Statement by General Richard H. Ellis"
134 14
SALT 33: "Statement of Admiral James L. Holloway III, USN"
134 15
SALT 34: "Statement by General Lew Allen"
SALT 35: "Statement by General Richard L. Ellis"
134 16
SALT 36: "Statement of the Honorable Fred C. Ikle"
SALT 37: "News from Senator John C. Stennis"
134 17
SALT 38: "News from Senator John C. Stennis"
SALT 39: "Meet the Press"
134 18
SALT 41: "The Suppression of Information Concerning Soviet SALT Violations by the U.S. Government"
134 19
SALT 42: "America's Stake in SALT II"
SALT 44: "The Garn Alternative," National Review, 14 September 1979
134 20
SALT 45: "SALT II: Reassuring Words Do Not Make a Convincing Case"
SALT 46: "How to Learn to Stop Worrying and Care about SALT," New York Weekly, 10 December 1979
134 21
SALT 47: "SALT II and American Security"
134 22
SALT 48: "SALT II: Two Views from the Left"
SALT 49: "Reflections, the SALT Debate," The New Yorker, 17 December 1979
134 23
SALT 50: SALT II and the Costs of Modernizing U.S. Strategic Forces
134 24
SALT 51: SALT and the U.S. Strategic Forces Budget
134 25
SALT 52: SALT Talk
SALT 53: "Likelihood of SALT's Demise Changes the Strategic Options," The New York Times, 23 March 1980; SALT 54: "Intelligence Estimate Said to Show Need for SALT," Washington Post, 1 January 1980
12 October 1979
134 26
SALT 55: "The Verification of the SALT II Agreement," Scientific American
February 1979
134 27
SALT 57: "Basing Concepts Could Violate SALT," Aviation Week and Space Technology
SALT 58: Nej til Atomvaben, April 1981
12 February 1979
134 28
SALT 59: "Negotiating with the Russians: Some Lessons from SALT," International Security
Spring 1977
134 29
SALT 60: "SALT One: Compliance"
134 30
SALT 61: "Main Issue is Whether SALT Will Hinder U.S. Buildup," Congressional Quarterly
14 July 1979
134 31
SALT 62: Briefing on SALT I Compliance
134 32
SALT 63: "The Reagan Freeze on SALT," Arms Control Today
November 1982
134 33
SALT 64: Seizing the Initative: First Steps to Disarmament
134 34
SALT 65: "The Quest for Arms Control: Why and How"
134 35
SALT 66: "World Disarmament Campaign, General Framework and Programme of Activities for 1983"
134 36
SALT 67: "Public Opinion and Disarmament Priorities"
134 37
SALT 68: "Verification of a Nuclear-Weapon Freeze"
134 38
SALT 69: "Nuclear Arms Control and the Future of U.S.-Soviet Relations," Department of State Bulletin
November 1982
134 39
SALT 70: Safeguarding the Atom: A Soviet-American Exchange
134 40
SALT 71: "A Complete Guide to European Disarmament, WIN
SALT 72: "Enemy of the Good," The New York Times, 11 February 1983; SALT 73: U.S. Intelligence Resources and SALT
1 January 1982
134 41
SALT 74: "President Reagan's Framework for Peace," Department of State Bulletin
SALT 75: "An Agenda for Peace," Department of State Bulletin, July 1982; SALT 76: "The Unnecessary War," Department of State Bulletin, February 1982; SALT 77: "Freezing Chances for Peace," Department of State Bulletin. December 1982
December 1982
134 42
SALT 78: "30 Questions and Answers about CND
SALT 79: "Peace and Disarmament: A Short Guide to British Government Policy"
134 43
SALT 80: East-West Troop Reductions in Europe: Is Agreement Possible?
134 44
SALT 81: U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency: Annual Report
1982
134 45
SALT 83: The United States and the Soviet Union: Prospects for the Relationship
134 46
SALT 84: Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Authorizations
135 1
SALT 85: "START in a Historical Perspective," Department of State Current Policy
SALT 86: "Challenges of U.S.-Soviet Relations at the 50-year Mark," Department of State Current Policy, 31 October 1983; SALT 87: "Implications of a Nuclear Freeze," Department of State Current Policy, 9 March 1983; SALT 88: "Ensuring Security in the Nuclear Age," Department of State Current Policy, 8 March 1983
10 April 1984
135 2
SALT 89: "A Nuclear Freeze isn't Enough," The Nation
25 September 1982
135 3
SALT 90: "A Bilateral Nuclear-Weapon Freeze," Scientific American
November 1982
135 4
SALT 91: "Bilateral Negotiations and the Arms Race," Scientific American
October 1982
135 5
SALT 92: One World or None: A Report to the Public on the Full Meaning of the Atomic Bomb
135 6
SALT 93: "Voices: Thoughts on War"
135 7
SALT 94: "The Motzu Project," The CoEvolution Quarterly
Fall 1982
135 8
SALT 95: "The Suppression of Information Concerning Soviet SALT Violations by the U.S Government, Policy Review
135 9
SALT 96: "Caring for Each Other as We Disarm the World: A Workshop for Healing and Empowerment"
135 10
SALT 97: "At Play in the Paradise of Bombs"
135 11
SALT 98: The 2nd Vienna Dialogue: International Conference for Disarmament and Detente
135 12
SALT 99: "Dialogue on Security and Disarmament in Europe"
135 13
SALT 100: "The Fate of This World Rests in Your Hands"
135 14
SALT 101: "The Catalyst: A Plan to Use Law to End Large Scale War"
135 15
SALT 102: "Peace and Security: The United Nations and National Interests"
135 16
SALT 103: "Who's Responsible?: A Comparison of the U.S. and Soviet Records in the Arms Race and in the Disarmament Process"
135 17
SALT 104: "The United States and the Future of the Nonproliferation Regime"
135 18
SALT 105: "The Freeze and Beyond: Confining the Military to Defense as a Route to Disarmament," World Policy
Winter 1984
135 19
SALT 106: "Reduction of Military Budgets: Refinement of International Reporting and Comparison of Military Expenditures"
135 20
SALT 107: "The Soviet-American Negotiations: Questions and Answers"
135 21
SALT 108: "The Struggle for Peace-More Vital than Ever"
135 22
SALT 109: "A Proper Peace Establishment"
135 23
SALT 110: "The Sea Bed Treaty: Results of the Second Review Conference of the States Parties"
12-23 September 1983
135 24
SALT 111: "Arms Control and the Nuclear Freeze Proposal," Department of State Public Information Series
SALT 112: "Extremism and Cold War," New Left Review, 1982; SALT 113: "NATO, Western Security, and Arms Reduction," Department of State Current Policy, 21 March 1983
April 1982
135 25
SALT 114: No to Nuclear Weapons International Newsletter
December 1984
135 26
SALT 115: Preserve Peace
135 27
SALT 116: "Arms Control: Objectives and Prospects," Department of State Current Policy
SALT 117: "Preventing Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons," Department of State Current Policy, 1 November 1984; SALT 118: "Continuing the Acquisition of the Peacekeeper Missile," Department of State Special Report, 4 March 1985; SALT 118: "Arms Control: The First Round in Geneva." Department of State Current Policy, 1 May 1985; SALT 119: "SDI and the ABM Treaty," Department of State Current Policy, 30 May 1985; SALT 120: "The Objectives of Arms Control," Department of State Current Policy, 28 March 1985
28 March 1985
135 28
SALT 121: "The North-South Negotiating Process,"
135 29
SALT 122: "The Freeze and Beyond: Confining the Military to Defense as a Route to Disarmament," World Policy
Winter 1984
135 30
SALT 123: "For a Zone Free of Chemical Weapons in Europe"
135 31
SALT 124: "Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons"
135 32
SALT 125: "Strategy for Peace"
1984
135 33
SALT 126: "A Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban"
135 34
SALT 127: "Conventional Disarmament: Summary of A Study"
135 35
SALT 128: Disarmament Newsletter
January 1985
135 36
SALT 129: Realizing World Peace
135 37
SALT 130: "The Last Epidemic: The Medical Consequences of Nuclear Weapons and War"
135 38
SALT 131: "Growing Up in the Nuclear Age, Moibus
January 1984
135 39
SALT 133: "Children and the Nuclear Threat: A Child Psychiatrist's Personal Reflections," The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
1983
135 40
SALT 134: "Reducing the Risk of Nuclear War: Geneva Can be a Giant Step Toward a More Secure Twenty-First Century"
135 41
SALT 135: "United Nations and Disarmament 1945-1985: A Fortieth Anniversary Review"
1945-1985
135 42
SALT 136: Disarmament Newsletter
October 1985
135 43
SALT 137: Strategy for Peaces
1985
135 44
SALT 138: "U.S. Interests and the Global Environment"
135 45
SALT 139: "The Future of Disarmament," Disarmament: A Periodic Review by the United Nations
Autumn 1984
135 46
SALT 152: "Question taken at State Department Noon Briefing"
4 January 1980
136 1
RES 2: MX-RES Project
136 2
RES 3: U.S. News and World Report
September 1, 1980
136 3
RES 4: MX-RES Project
136 4
RES 5: "Conservation and Alternative Energy"
136 5
RES 6: "Benefits of Conservation and Use of Revewable Energy Sources"
136 6
RES 7: "ACT/ONE: Activate Communities Today/Organize Now for Energy"
136 7
RES 8: MX Renewable Energy Systems (MX/RES) Reprogramming Increase
136 8
STR 1: "How We Spy on the Russians," The Washington Post Magazine, 9 December 1979; "Warring Over New Missiles for NATO," The New York Times Magazine
9 December 1979
136 9
STR 2: "Beyond the Grand Illusion"
136 10
STR 3: Report to the Secretary of Defense on the national Military Command Structure
136 11
STR 4: First There was the Bomb, Then...
136 12
STR 5: "The New Generation of Nuclear Weapons"
136 13
STR 6: "DOD Supplemental: SPRUANCE Destroyers," Congressional Record
May 31, 1979
136 14
STR 8: "Reversing the Arms Race"
136 15
STR 9: "The Pentagon, the People, and the Pulpit"
136 16
STR 10: "Leonid Brezhnev's Reply to Question Put by PRAVDA"
STR 11: "Hard Running: The U.S. has not Dropped Out of the Nuclear Arms Race," The Defense Monitor, September-October 1978
136 17
STR 12: "The Growth of Soviet Military Power"
136 18
STR 13: World Military and Social Expenditures
1979
136 19
STR 14: Retaliatory Issues for the U.S. Strategic Nuclear Forces
136 20
STR 16: "Admiral LaRocque's Speech to United Nations," The Defense Monitor
July 1978
136 21
STR 17: "Waking America Up to the Nuclear Nightmare," New Roots for the Northeast
March/April 1980
136 22
STR 18: "Advanced Re-entry Vehicle Flight Tested," Aviation Week and Space Technology
STR 19: "News from Senator John C. Stennis," 10 January 1980
11 February 1980
136 23
STR 20: "He Who Strikes First," Mother Jones
July 1979
136 24
STR 21: "News from Senator John C. Stennis"
STR 22: "An Opening 'Window' for Arms Control," Foreign Affairs, Fall 1980
30 November 1979
136 25
STR 23: Planning U.S. General Purpose Forces: The Theater Nuclear Forces
136 26
STR 25: "The Strategic Forces Triad: End of the Road?" Foreign Affairs
136 27
STR 26: "The Cost of Nuclear Disaster: Annihilation Doesn't Come Cheap"
STR 27: Planning U.S. Strategic Nuclear Forces for the 1980s
136 28
STR 28: Counterforce Issues for the U.S. Strategic Nuclear Forces
136 29
STR 29: United States Military Posture
136 30
STR 30: Command Magazine
November 1978
137 1
STR 31: Defense Manpower: Compensation Issues for Fiscal Year 1977
137 2
STR 32: "The Joint Chiefs of Staff." Commander's Digest
January 1977
137 3
STR 33: "Technology Creep and the Arms Race: ICBM Problem a Sleeper," Aviation Week and Space Technology
STR 34: "Technology Creep and the Arms Race: A World of Absolute Accuracy," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 29 September 1979
22 September 1979
137 4
STR 36: "U.S. Spending Rise Forecast for Missles," Aviation Week and Space Technology
STR 37: "Nuclear Terrorism: First Strike vs, Deterrence"
22 November 1979
137 5
STR 39: Personnel Strengths for the Air Force Reserve-Authorizations for Fiscal Year 1980
137 6
STR 40: Statement of Honorable W. Graham Clayton, Jr., Deputy Secretary of Defense
STR 41: "Senator Gary Hart, D-Colo., News Release"
30 November 1979
137 7
STR 42: "The Soviet Threat: Myths and Realities: A Selection of Recent Articles on the Soviet-American Military Balance"
137 8
STR 43: Myths and Realities of the "Soviet Threat":Proceedings of an IPS Conference on U.S. Soviet Relations
137 9
STR 44: "Contrasts in American and Soviet Strategic Thought," International Security Review
137 10
STR 45: "Strategic Vulnerability: The Balance Between Prudence and Paranoia." International Security Review
137 11
STR 46: "Two New Ballistic Missiles Scrutinized," Aviation Week and Space Technology
STR 47: "Systems Command Sets Long-Term Priorities," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 29 January 1979; STR 48: "Leading International Missiles," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 12 March 1979; STR 49: "Arms Control: Is there Life after Suspended Animation?" The Washington Post, 11 July 1980
29 January 1979
137 12
STR 50: "New Programs Boost Defense Spending." Aviation Week and Space Technology
STR 51: "Neglect of Bomber, Missile Defense Hit," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 20 August 1979; STR 52: "Survivability, Accuracy, Yield Pressed for Minuteman," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 22 October 1979; STR 53: "Major Weapon Systems Spending Detailed," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 4 February 1980; STR 54: "Defense Department Airlift and Sealift Force," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 4 February 1980; STR 55: "Defense Department Budget Financial Summary," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 4 February 1980; STR 56: "Operations. Maintenance Pace USAF Bid," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 4 February 1980; STR 57: "KH-11 Recon Satellite, Navstar Launched from Vandenberg," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 18 February 1980; STR 58: "U.S. Missiles," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 3 March 1980
19 March 1979
137 13
STR 59: "Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapon Tests in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space and Under Water"
137 14
STR 60: "Treaty Agreements Between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on"
26 May 1972
137 15
STR 61: "ICBM Survivability Aid Studied," Aviation Week and Space Technology
25 February 1980
137 16
STR 62: "Dividing the Pie: It's Guns vs. Butter"
137 17
STR 63: Hearings on Military Posture...
137 18
STR 64: "Launch on Warning and Launch Under Attack"
137 19
STR 65: "The Anti-Soviet Brigade," and "Will MX Back Fire?" Foreign Policy
Winter 1979-80
137 20
STR 66: "Land-Based Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles," Scientific American
November 1979
137 21
STR 67: "Defense Cut of $1 Billion Proposed," Aviation Week and Space Technology
STR 68: "Measures of the Nuclear Arms Race,"
24 March 1980
137 22
STR 69: "Statement to the House Committee on Armed Services, by John Steinbruner"
137 23
STR 70: "A Look at the Russian Threat," Sojourners
STR 71: "Ten Propositions on the War Economy," The American Economic Review, May 1972
137 24
STR 72: "Labor: The B-l's First Victim." The Nation
5 June 1979
137 25
STR 73: "Labor: The B-l's First Victim," The Nation
5 June 1979
137 26
STR 74: "Antisubmarine Warfare and National Security," Scientific American
July 1972
137 27
STR 75: An Alternative to War
137 28
STR 77: United States Air Force Fact Sheet
STR 78: "American Power and Global Change," Department of State Current Policy, 2 August 1979
1 April 1979
137 29
STR 79: "Function 050: National Defense"
137 30
STR 80: "The Department of Defense NAVSTAR Global Positioning System"
137 31
STR 81: "NAVSTAR Global Positioning System," United States Air Force Fact Sheet
137 32
STR 82: "A Systems Approach to Communications, Command Control and Intelligence"
STR 83: "LASERCOM: Laser Communications System," United States Air Force Fact Sheet
137 33
STR 84: "Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP)," United States Air Force Fact Sheet
137 34
STR 85: "Minuteman II: Operational Test Program," Commander's Digest
31 January 1974
137 35
STR 86: "U.S. and U.S.S.R. Propose Multilateral Treaty Banning Radiological Weapons"
STR 87: "The American Experience with Peaceful Nuclear Explosions"
137 36
STR 88: "The Pentagon Tax: Who Pockets Our Pay?"
STR 89: "Unemployment: Fallout of the Arms Race"
137 37
STR 90: "Environmental Warfare: Questions and Answers"
STR 91: "Thousands of Americans have Already been Killed by Nuclear Weapons--Our Own"
137 38
STR 92: The Soviet Military Buildup and U.S. Defense Spending
137 39
STR 93: "United States Defense Policy"
STR 94: "State of the Union Address"
137 40
STR 95: "New Threats to Nuclear Disarmament"
137 41
STR 96: "Muscle-Bound Superpower: The State of America's Defense," Atlantic
October 1979
137 42
STR 97: "Nuclear Weapons Policy Questioned," Aviation Week and Space Technology
6 November 1978
137 43
STR 98: "The Challenge of Disarmament," Friends Journal
1 February 1980
137 44
STR 99: "The Numbers of the World's Destructive Capacity," The Press
STR 100: "Doomsday by Short Circuit?" The Economist, 14 June 1980
137 45
STR 101: "Arms Control and the 1980 Election." Arms Control Today
May 1980
137 46
STR 102: "The Department of Energy's Nuclear Ticket: Double Jeopardy"
137 47
STR 103: "Episcopal Statements on War and Peace"
137 48
STR 104: "Chemical Warfare and Chemical Disarmament," Scientific American
April 1980
137 49
STR 106: "Nuclear War by Computer Chip: How America Almost 'Launched on Warning'" The Progressive
August 1980
137 50
STR 107: "NATO and the Warsaw Pact: Good-Small vs. Good-Big," The Economist
STR 108: "Brown Reiterates U.S. Military Stance," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 4 August 1980; STR 109: "Defense Dept. List Top 100 Contractors For Fiscal 1979," Aviation Week and Space Technology, 7 July 1980
9 August 1980
138 1
STR 110: Toward a Dependable Peace: A Proposal for an Appropriate Security System
138 2
STR 111: "Are the Soviets Really Outspending the U.S. on Defense?"
138 3
STR 112: "What's Needed to Rebuild Alliance," U.S. News and World Report
STR 113: "Strategic Nuclear Forces Report"; STR 114: "The Strategic Posture in the 1980s"
30 June 1980
138 4
STR 115: "The Soviet March Toward Technological Surperiority," Defense 80
30 June 1980
138 5
STR 116: Strategic Air Command
138 6
STR 117: "Controversy over Nuclear War Strategy." U.S. News and World Report
STR 118: "The Defense Budget," The Boston Globe, 26 February 1979; STR 119: "The Real Threat of Nuclear War," What's Happening to Our Country? No. 2; STR 120: "The Pentagon's Secret First Strike Plans," What's Happening to Our Country? No. 4; STR 121: "An Arms Race in Reverse," The Washington Post, 31 December 1978; STR 122: "Attack Now: The Pentagon Reaches for the Button," Mother Jones, July 1979; STR 123: "It has to Deter," The Economist, 16 August 1980
25 August 1980
138 7
STR 124: "Union of Concerned Scientists Fallout Study"
138 8
STR 125: "The Doomsday Debate," The Washington Post Outlook
12 August 1979
138 9
STR 126: "Cold War Reheats Arms Industries," WIN
STR 128: "Costs of Major Weapons Systems (Unless We Disarm)"; STR 129: "The Myth of ICBM Invulnerability," Defense Week, 11 August 1980
15 April 1980
138 10
STR 130: Bombs Away! A Primer on Defense Spending and National Insecurity
138 11
STR 131: The NAVSTAR Global Positioning System--A Program with Many Uncertainities
138 12
STR 132: The World Wide Military Command and Control System--Major Changes Needed In Its Automated Data Processing Management and Direction
138 13
STR 133: The Soviet Economy in 1978-79 and Prospects for 1980
138 14
STR 134: White Paper on Foreign and Military Policy
138 15
STR 135: "Carter and Reagan on Defense: Rhetoric and Posturing Clothe Important Differences," Science
3 October 1980
138 16
STR 136: "A Ban on the Production of Fissionable Material for Weapons." Scientific American
July 1980
138 17
STR 137: "Two Paths in Nuclear Strategy," The Washington Post
16 September 1980
138 18
STR 138: "Reducing Dependence on Nuclear Weapons: A Second Nuclear Regime"
138 19
STR 139: "Strategic Forces and SALT: A Question of Strategy," Hudson Institute Discussion Paper
138 20
STR 140: "Sea-Based 'Strategic' Weapons for the 1980s and Beyond," U.S Naval Institute Proceedings, Naval Review
1978
138 21
STR 141: "Conventional Arms Sales in the Carter Administration," Arms Control Today
September 1980
138 22
STR 142: World Military and Social Expenditures
1980
138 23
STR 143: "Former Defense Leader Urges Boost in Spending," Aviation Week and Space Technology
13 October 1980
138 24
STR 144: "Strategic Lunacy: An Evaluation of the Proposed Deployment of the MX Missile in the Great Basin"
138 25
STR 145: "The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons"
138 26
STR 146: "Soviet Strategic Defense: The Neglected Dimension of the U.S. Soviet Balance," Orbis, a Journal of World Affairs
Spring 1980
138 27
STR 147: "What You Need to Know About: The New Generation of Nuclear Weapons"
138 28
STR 148: "Attack Preparedness Survey"
138 29
STR 149: "Euro-Missiles and the General Balance of NATO and Warsaw Pact Forces"
138 30
STR 150: "The FY 1981-1985 Defense Program: Issues and Trend," AEI Foreign Policy and Defense Review
July 1980
138 31
STR 151: "Resurgent Militarism"
138 32
STR 153: "The Great American Bomb Machine"
STR 154: "Nuclear Weapons Storage and Deployment Sites"; STR 155: "Nuclear Warfare Research"; STR 156: "Makers of the New Generation of Nuclear Weapons"; STR 157: "The Real Threat of Nuclear War"; STR 158: "Rapid Deployment Force, Euromissiles: New Threat to Peace and National Security"; STR 159: "PD 59: The Nuclear First-Strike Strategy"
138 33
STR 160: "Opportunities and Imperatives of Ballistic Missile Defense," Strategic Review
Fall 1979
138 34
STR 161: "People, Not Hardware: The Highest Defense Priority"
138 35
STR 162: "The Problem of Military Readiness"
139 1
STR 163: "Protest and Survive." The Nation
24 January 1981
139 2
STR 164: "The Crucial Questions and Answers on a Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban"
139 3
STR 165: "Marketing the Nuclear Nightmare: Profiles of U.S. Exports to Five Countries"
139 4
STR 166: "The Missile Gap the MX Can't Close," The Washington Post
14 December 1980
139 5
STR 167: "Nuclear Terrorism: First Strike vs. Deterrence"
139 6
STR 168: "MX: The Missile We Don't Need," The Defense Monitor
October 1979
139 7
STR 169: "Arms Control Lessons of the Carter Administration: Looking Backward. Looking Forward," Arms Control Today
March 1981
139 8
STR 170: "Arms Control and the China Card," Arms Control Today
July/ August 1980
139 9
STR 171: "'Sanctuaries' and Security: Suggestions for ASW Arms Control," Arms Control Today
October 1980
139 10
STR 172: "Arms Control and the Alternatives to MX-MPS," Arms Control Today
December 1980
139 11
STR 173: "President Dwight D. Eisenhower Farewell Radio and Television Address to the American People"
January 17, 1961
139 12
STR 174: "Life or Oblivion: A Call From the Hibakusha of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to the Hibakusha of the World"
139 13
STR 175: "Population Growth and Global Security: Toward an American Strategic Commitment"
139 14
STR 176: "United States Collective Defense Arrangements," Department of State Special Report
April 1981
139 15
STR 177: National Security Telecommunications Policy: Presidential Directive NSC-53
139 16
STR 178: Nuclear War Strategy
139 17
STR 179: "Survivable ICBMs." Strategic Review
Fall 1978
139 18
STR 180: "U.S. Strategic Force Modernization: A New Role for Missile Defense?" Strategic Review
Summer 1980
139 19
STR 181: "Nuclear Pulse (I): Awakening to the Chaos Factor," Science
May 1981
139 20
STR 182: Surprise Despite Warning: Why Sudden Attacks Succeed
139 21
STR 183: "Counterforce Targeting: How New? How Viable?" Arms Control Today
January 1981
139 22
STR 184: "FY 81 DOD Annual Report Excerpts"
139 23
STR 185: "What You Need to Know About: The New Generation of Nuclear Weapons"
139 24
STR 186: "Launch Under Attack to Redress Minuteman Vulnerability?" International Security
Winter 1979/80
139 25
STR 187: "Presidential Directive 59: America's Counterforce Strategy"
139 26
STR 188: "An Arms Control Agenda for the Eighties"
139 27
STR 189: "Redressing ICBM Vulnerability: Options for the Future"
139 28
STR 190: "ICBM Basing Options: A Summary of Major Studies to Define a Survivable Basing Concept for ICBMs
139 29
STR 191: "U.S. Strategic Nuclear Force Options"
139 30
STR 192: "Status of Nuclear Weapons Systems"
139 31
STR 193: "The Nuclear Threat to World Peace"
139 32
STR 194: "Questions and Answers on the Soviet Threat and National Security"
139 33
STR 195: "Memorandum on the Question of Silo Vulnerability and the MX"
139 34
STR 196: "Rethinking the Unthinkable: Targeting Doctrine and Strategic Arms Control
139 35
STR 197: "Danger of Nuclear War." KSL Editorial Comment
STR 198: "The Soviet View of War." Comparative Strategy, An International Journal, 25 November 1980
9 July 1981
139 36
STR 199: "He Who Strikes First," Mother Jones
July 1979
139 37
STR 200: "Pentagon Rebuts Charges of U.S. Military Weakness," The Defense Monitor
1980
139 38
STR 201: "The Obsolete ICBM," The Defense Monitor
March 1979
139 39
STR 202: "PD-59 Testimony," Congressional Record
19 September 1980
139 40
STR 203: Department of Defense Annual Report. Fiscal Year 1982
140 1
STR 204: Department of Defense Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1981
140 2
STR 205: Averting Catastrophe: the Global Challenge
140 3
STR 206: U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Annual Report
1980
140 4
STR 207: National Disarmament Mechanisms
140 5
STR 209: "The Defense of the United States, Part 1: Ground Zero," CBS Reports
June 14, 1981
140 6
STR 210: United States Military Posture for FY 1982
140 7
STR 211: Reforming the Military
140 8
STR 212: "Trident Program," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief # IB73001
140 9
STR 213: "Bomber Options for Replacing B-52s." Congressional Research Service Issue Brief # IB81107
140 10
STR 214: "The Prompt and Delayed Effects of Nuclear War," Scientific American
July 1979
140 11
STR 215: "The Problem of Missile Vulnerability"
140 12
STR 216: "Richard Garwin: Arms Race's Seminal Thinker," C & EN
28 September 1981
140 13
STR 217: "Department of the Air Force Presentation to the Committee on Armed Services"
140 14
STR 218: "Department of the Air Force Presentation to the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Installations
140 15
STR 220: "Bankrupting America: The Military Budget for the Next Five Years"
140 16
STR 222: "The ICBM Vulnerability Issue: Implications for Deterrence, Arms, and Arms Control, Foreign Policy
Winter 1981-82
140 17
STR 223: "The Role of Surprise and Pre-emption in Soviet Military Strategy"
140 18
STR 224: "First Strike: Myth or Reality," The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
November 1981
140 19
STR 225: "Four Approaches to the Arms Race," Journal of the Federation of American Scientists
May 1981
140 20
STR 226: "The Arms Race: A Primer," The Progressive
140 21
STR 227: "How to Think Aobut Nuclear War: An Insider's Guide to the State of U.S. Missiles, the Folly of Building More, the Urgency of SALT III," Quest 81
March 1981
140 22
STR 228: "A Nuclear War Must Never Be Fought," Across the Board
March 1981
140 23
STR 229: "Scientists Ponder Role in National Security," C & EN
5 October 1981
140 24
STR 230: "H.R. 3455," "House Armed Services Committee Approves $6.9 Billion Military Construction Bill"
12 May 1981
140 25
STR 233: "Missile Accuracy--The Need to Know," Strategic Review
Summer 1981
140 26
STR 234: "Are We Vulnerable to a First Strike?"
140 27
STR 235: "The Probability of Destruction of a Missile Silo"
140 28
STR 236: H. Con. Res, 163
STR 237: "The Only Way Out of the Nuclear Nightmare"
140 29
STR 238: "FY 1981 and FY 1982 Department of Defense Budget Revisions"
140 30
STR 239: "Doomsday Minus One," The Progressive
STR 240: "Neutron Bomb Fact Sheet"
January 1977
140 31
STR 241: "The Reagan Strategic Program"
140 32
STR 242: Congressional Record Report
18 August 1980
140 33
STR 243: Congressional Record Report
September 3, 1980
140 34
STR 244: Congressional Record Report
29 July 1980
140 35
STR 245: Congressional Record Report
26 June 1980
140 36
STR 246: "MX Missiles Vulnerable to First Strike by Russians?" Salt Lake Tribune; "New Air Force MX Line," Salt Lake Tribune
1 January 1982, 5 January 1982
140 37
STR 247: "Army Needs Pershing Launch Site," Missilani, "Pershing/Pershing 1-A; Pershing II Fact Sheet"
August 14, 1981
140 38
STR 248: "The Reagan Plan for U.S Strategic Forces: Issues for Congress," Congressional Research Service Mini Brief # MB81254
140 39
STR 250: "Superpower at Sea: A Debate," International Security
Summer 1976
141 1
STR 251: "The Evolution of American Policy Towards the Soviet Union," International Security
Summer, 1976
141 2
STR 252: "Modernizing the Strategic Bomber Force Without Really Trying a Case Against the B-1," International Security
Fall, 1976
141 3
STR 253: "An Assessment of the Bomber-Cruise Missile Controversy," International Security
Summer, 1977
141 4
STR 254: "A Historical Survey of Non-proliferation Policies," International Security
Summer, 1977
141 5
STR 255: "The New Test Ban Treaties: What Do They Mean? Where Do They Lead?," International Security
Winter, 1977
141 6
STR 256: "Nuclear Terror," International Security
Winter, 1977
141 7
STR 257: "Counterforce: Illusion of a Panacea," International Security
Spring, 1981
141 8
STR 258: "Nuclear Proliferation and the Spread of New Conventional Weapons Technology," International Security
Winter, 1977
141 9
STR 259: "The Countervailing Strategy," International Security
Spring, 1981
141 10
STR 260: "A Meaningful Revision of Nuclear Strategy? On Fighting a Nuclear War," International Security
Spring, 1981
141 11
STR 261: "A Military Commander Surveys the Nuclear Arms Race," International Security
Winter, 1979-1980
141 12
STR 262: "Nuclear Proliferation: Can Congress Act in Time" International Security
Spring, 1977
141 13
STR 263: "On Strategic Technology Transfer to the Soviet Union," International Security
Spring, 1977
141 14
STR 264: "The Neglected Threat of Chemical Warfare," International Security
Summer, 1978
141 15
STR 265: "Repeating History: The Civil Defense Debate Renewed," International Security
Winter, 1978
141 16
STR 266: "Nuclear Strategy: the Case for a Theory of Victory," International Security
Summer, 1979
141 17
STR 267: "Mutual Force Reductions: A Military Perspective," International Security
Winter, 1978
141 18
STR 268: "Contrasts in American and Soviet Strategic Thought," International Security
Autumn, 1978
141 19
STR 269: "On the Objectives of Arm Control," International Security
Summer, 1976
141 20
STR 270: "Arms Control and World Order," International Security
Summer, 1976
141 21
STR 271: "Arms Control for the 1980s: An American Policy"
STR 273: Foreign Military Services and Equipment During FY 1980
141 22
STR 273: A Dialogue with the Soviets: Nuclear Weapons, Disarmament, and Nuclear Energy
141 23
STR 274: Department of Energy Security and Military Applications of Nuclear Energy Authorization Act of 1982
141 24
STR 275: "Nuclear Decapitation"
141 25
STR 276: "A New Formula for Nuclear Arms Control," International Security
Winter, 1980-81
141 26
STR 277: "Deterrence and Coercion in Soviet Policy," International Security
Winter, 1980-81
141 27
STR 278: The New War Danger: The Peace Movement's Challenge for the 1980s
STR 279: The Reagan Strategic Program; STR 280: Development and the Arms Race
141 28
STR 281: Western Security: What has Changed? What Should be Done?
141 29
STR 282: Strategic Weapons Proposals
141 30
STR 283: "Reviving the ABM Debate," Arms Control Today
April, 1981
141 31
STR 284: Departmen of Defense Authorization Act
1982
141 32
STR 285: "The Case for the B-1 Bomber," International Security
Autumn 1976
141 33
STR 286: Investigation of Leaking Weteye Bombs: Report of the Special Surveillance Inspection Task Group
141 34
STR 287: "Facts and Figures about the Global Arms Build-up"
141 35
STR 288: Armaments or Disarment?
141 36
STR 289: "NSC 68 and the Soviet Threat Reconsidered," International Security
Autumn 1976
Volume
141 1
STR 290: Investigation of Leaking Weteye Bombs: Report of the Weteye Reassessment Inspection Task Group
Folder
141 37
STR 291: "Missile Vulnerability Reconsidered: Arms Control Today
May 1981
141 38
STR 292: "L.I. Brezhnev: To Secure People's Right to Life"
141 39
STR 293: S. 1549
142 1
STR 294: H. Res. 153
STR 295: H. J. Res. 93; STR 296: "Preserving Western Independence and Security"; STR 297: "Peaceful Progress in Developing Nations"; STR 298: "A Strategic Approach to American Foreign Policy"; STR 299: "Relationship of Foregin and Defense Policies"
142 2
STR 300: "NATO and Restoring U.S Leadership"; "Arms Transfers and the National Interest"
STR 301: "United States Collective Defense Arrangements"; STR 302: "Security and Development Assistance"
142 3
STR 303: "Prospects for Arms Control"
STR 304: "Nuclear Cooperation and Non-proliferation Strategy"; STR 305: "Peace and Deterrence"
142 4
STR 306: "Implementation of Helsinki Final Act"
142 5
STR 307: "The Alliance at a Crossroad"
142 6
STR 308: "Limited Nuclear War: America's Counterforce Strategy"
142 7
STR 309: "Defense Budget FY 83," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 82030
142 8
STR 310: "Inflationary Consequences of the Defense Buildup," Congressional Research Service Report No. 81-213 E
142 9
STR 311: "Defense Budget FY 83: Manpower," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 82034
142 10
STR 312: "Defense Spending," Congressional Research Service Issue Paper IP 0028D
142 11
STR 313: "Implementation of Helsinki Final Act"
142 12
STR 314: "U.S. Strategic Forces and the Crisis of the 1980s"
142 13
STR 315: A Glossary of Arms Control Terms
142 14
STR 316: "A Review: The Game of Disarmament," International Security
Summer 1977
142 15
STR 317: "Nuclear Common Sense"
142 16
STR 318: "Large-Scale Production of the Ml Main Tank Should be Delayed Until Its Power Train is Made More Durable"
142 17
STR 319: Transportation of Chemical Materiel: Operation RMT. Final Environmental Impact Statement (and supplements)
142 18
STR 323: Miscellaneous Material on Hercules, Inc.; Miscellaneous Material on Trident
142 19
STR 324: "Prospects for Arms Control"
142 20
STR 325: "News Conference by Dr. William J. Perry"
142 21
STR 326: "News Briefing by Dr. William J. Perry"
142 22
STR 327: "The Arms Race: Is Paranoia Necessary for Security?"
142 23
STR 328: Military Budget Manual: How to Cut Arms Spending Without Harming National Security
142 24
STR 329: "Nuclear Samizdat," The Nation
January 16, 1982
142 25
STR 330: "Man Against War," Arms Control Today
January 1982
142 26
STR 331: "Four Approaches to an INF Agreement," Arms Control Today
March 1982
142 27
STR 332: "Wanted: An Arms Control Policy," Arms Control Today
February 1982
142 28
STR 333: "Confidence Limits Limit Missile Vulnerability"
STR 334: "Air Launched Cruise Missile Flyoff to Being"; STR 335: "The Joint Cruise Missile Project"
142 29
STR 336: "News Briefing by Dr. William J. Perry"
142 30
STR 337: "Cruise Missiles," USAF Fact Sheet
STR 338: "Tomahawk Cruise Missile Launch"
142 31
STR 340: "The B-1 Bomber: Bomber for All Seasons?"
142 32
STR 341: "Report of the CPSU Central Committee to the 26th Party Congress"
142 33
STR 342: "Strategic Vulnerability: The Balance Between Prudence and Paranoia," International Security
Summer 1976
142 34
STR 343: "The U.S Senate and the Furture of the Navy," International Security
Spring 1978
142 35
STR 344: "Verification and the ICBM Shell-Game," International Security
Fall 1979
142 36
STR 345: "Launch Under Attack to Redress Minuteman Vulnerability?," International Security
Winter 1979-80
142 37
STR 346: "Planning a Navy: The Risks of Conventional Wisdom," International Security
Summer 1978
142 38
STR 347: "The Political Potential of Soviet Equivalence," International Security
Autumn 1979
142 39
STR 348: "The Development of Nuclear Strategy," International Security
Spring 1978
142 40
STR 349: "An Assessment of Peace Research," International Security
Summer 1976
142 41
STR 350: "Averting a Brobdingnagian Skeet Shoot," International Security
Winter 1980-81
142 42
STR 351: "NATO Theater Nuclear Forces: Modernization and Arms Control," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 81128
142 43
STR 352: "Defense Budget--FY81," Congressional Research Service Archived Issue Brief
142 44
STR 353: "Strategic Arms Control: Reagan Administration Policy," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB
142 45
STR 354: "Defense Budget--FY82," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 81002
142 46
STR 354: "United States-Soviet Military Balance," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 78029
143 1
STR 357: "Antiballistic Missiles," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 81003
143 2
STR 357: "Why the Soviet Union Thinks it Could Fight and Win an Nuclear War," Commentary
July 1977
143 3
STR 359: "The Department of Defense Cruise Missile Development Program"
143 4
STR 360: "Cruise Missile Survivability Design Features"
143 5
STR 361: "Senate Resolution 343--Resolution Relating to Strategic Arms Negotiations," Congressional Record
STR 362: "Arms Control and NATO INF Modernization," Gist, July 1982; STR 363: "U.S. Arms Control Policy," Gist, July 1982; STR 364: "War Resisters International Declaration on Disarmament"; STR 365: "Beyond the Freeze: Toward Abolition"; STR 366: "Alliance Security and Arms Control"
March 17, 1982
143 6
STR 367: Arsenal of Democracy II: American Military Power in the 1980s and the Origins of the New Cold War
143 7
STR 368: Miscellaneous Air Launched Cruise Missile Documents
143 8
STR 369: A Review of the Department of Defense, Selected Acquisition Report (SAR)
December 31, 1981
143 9
STR 370: "How to Cut Military Spending," The Washington Spectator
June 1, 1982
143 9
STR 371: "How to Cut Military Spending," The Washington Spectator
June 1, 1982
143 10
STR 372: "The Nuclear Freeze: A Sterile Debate," Congressional Record
April 20, 1982
143 11
STR 373: "The Foreign Policy of the USSR: Domestic Factors," Soviet Military Power
STR 374: H. J. Res. 521
143 13
STR 375: Nuclear Arms Control: Options for the 1980s
143 14
STR 376: How Realistic is the Nuclear Freeze Proposal?
143 15
STR 377: Can Nuclear War Be Controlled?
143 16
STR 378: Farewell to Arms: A Case for Unilateral Disarmament
143 17
STR 379: "The Myth of Vulnerability," Nucleus
Summer 1982
143 18
STR 380: "The Nuclear Freeze"
143 19
STR 381: "Soviet Active Measures: An Update"
143 20
STR 382: "Across the Nuclear Divide--Strategic Studies, Past and Present," International Security
Summer 1977
143 21
STR 383: "The Relationship of Strategic and theater Nuclear Forces," International Security
Summer 1977
143 22
STR 384: Speeches by Eugene Rostow
143 23
STR 386: "Arms Control: The Russians Are Cheating," Reader's Digest
December 1977
143 24
STR 387: "Soviet Military Power: Questions and Answers," The Defense Monitor
1982
143 25
STR 388: "Military Nuclear Wastes: the Hidden Burden of the Nuclear Arms Race," The Defense Monitor
1981
143 26
STR 389: "U.S. Nuclear Weapons Accidents: Danger in Our Midst," The Defense Monitor
1981
143 27
STR 390: Strategy for Peace
1982
143 28
STR 391: Myths and Realities: U.S, Nuclear Strategy
143 29
STR 392: "Treaty Compliance"
143 30
STR 393: Overview of Nuclear Arms Control and Defense Strategy in NATO
143 31
STR 394: Strategic Weapons Proposals
143 32
STR 395: Fiscal Year 1980 ACDA Authorization
143 33
STR 396: Review of Administration Initiatives on Strategic, Theater, and Conventional Arms Control
143 34
STR 397: U.S, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Annual Report
1979
143 35
STR 398: The Future of Arms Control
143 36
STR 399: Soviet Security in Flux
143 37
STR 400: "Nuclear War Fighting Means First Strike"
144 1
STR 401: "ABM and MX: New Hope for Arms Control"
144 2
STR 402: "Chemical Weapons: A Case Study in Verification," Arms Control Today
April 1983
144 3
STR 403: "Cruise Missiles: The Arms Control Challenge," Arms Control Today
May 1983
144 4
STR 404: "Verifications: No Obstacle to Arms Control," Arms Control Today
May 1983
144 5
STR 405: "The ACDA Scandal: A Critical Agency Becomes a Basket Case," Arms Control Today
July 1983
144 6
STR 406: "Cruise Missiles," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 81080
STR 407: "Peace Through Strength Resolution"; STR 408: "Limited Nuclear War: America's Counterforce Strategy"; STR 409: "Why Does Reagan Say America is Behind?" The Christian Science Monitor, April 12, 1981
144 7
STR 410: "Our Nuclear Weapons Policy and Arms Control"
144 8
STR 411: "Chemical Weapons: Arms Control and Deterrence," Department of State Bulletin
STR 412: "START Negotiations," Department of State Bulletin, August 1982
October 1982
144 9
STR 413: "Nuclear Cooperation and Non-proliferation Strategy," Department of State Bulletin
February 1982
144 10
STR 414: "The Alliance at a Crossroad," Department of State Bulletin
STR 415: "Secretary Interviewed for U.S. News and World Report," Department of State Bulletin, March 1982
February 1982
144 11
STR 416: "In Defense of Western Values," Department of State Bulletin
April 1982
144 12
STR 417: "Nuclear Common Sense," Department of State Bulletin
June 1982
144 13
STR 418: "Arms Control and the Future of East-West Relations," Department of State Bulletin
June 1982
144 14
STR 419: Strategic Arms Control and U.S. National Security Policy
144 15
STR 420: Second Interim Report on Nuclear Weapons in Europe
144 16
STR 421: U.S. Strategic Doctrine
144 17
STR 422: Nuclear War in Europe
144 18
STR 423: Nuclear War Strategy
144 19
STR 424: U.S. Security Assistance to NATO's Southern Flank
144 20
STR 425: War and Peace: Soviet Russia Speaks
144 21
STR 426: The Hitchhikers Guide to the Arms Race
144 22
STR 427: "America's Nuclear Ferment: Opportunities for Change," The Defense Monitor
STR 428: "Militarizing the Last Frontier: The Space Weapons Race," The Defense Monitor, 1983
1983
144 23
STR 429: The Defence of Europe
144 24
STR 430: "U.S. Chemical Warfare Preparedness Program," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 82125
144 25
STR 431: "Are Nuclear First Strike and/or Launch-on-Warning Policies Becoming Inevitable?"
144 26
STR 432: "Anti-satellites (Killer Satellites)," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 81123
144 27
STR 433: Nuclear War in Europe: Documents
144 28
STR 434: "The New Arms Technology and What it Means," The Nation
April 9, 1983
144 29
STR 435: Miscellaneous Nuclear War Materials
144 30
STR 436: U.S. National Security
144 31
STR 437: "The Military Role of Nuclear Weapons: Perceptions and Misperceptions," Foreign Affairs
Fall 1983
144 32
STR 438: "The Implications of Theater Nuclear Weapons in Europe," Foreign Affairs
144 33
STR 439: "NATO and Nuclear Weapons: Reason and Unreason," Foreign Affairs
144 34
STR 440: "The Conservative Manifesto"
1983
144 35
STR 441: "Our Point of View: Hands Off Nicaragua!"
144 36
STR 442: Report by the Central Statistical Office of the GDR on the Fulfilment of the National Economic Plan in the First Half of 1984; Some Topical Aspects of the GDR's Domestic and Foreign Policy
144 37
STR 443: "World View '84: A Global Assessment of Problems and Opportunities"
144 38
STR 444: "United States Soviet Military Balance," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 78029
144 39
STR 446: "NATO and the Defense of Europe"
144 40
STR 447: "The New Arms Race: Anti-Satellite Weapons"
144 41
STR 448: "Terrorism and the Modern World"
144 42
STR 449: "The New Weapon: The Turn of the Screw"
144 43
STR 450: "Nuclear Winter: Global Consequences of Multiple Nuclear Explosions," Science
December 23, 1982
145 1
STR 451: "Long-Term Biological Consequences of Nuclear War," Science
December 23, 1983
145 2
STR 452: "Whose Fingers on the Button?" Common Cause Magazine
January/February 1984
145 3
STR 453: "What You're Not Supposed to Know About the Arms Race," Playboy
June 1981
145 4
STR 454: "An Educational Exhibit about the Effects and Dangers of Nuclear War"
145 5
STR 455: "NATO Theater Nuclear Forces: Modernization and Arms Control," Congressional Research Service Issue Brief #IB 81128
145 6
STR 456: "The Bilateral Box"
145 7
STR 454: Index of Soviet and Chinese Military Affairs in Annual US Defense Department Reports
1969-1983
145 8
STR 457: "Leaping the Firebreak," The Progressive
STR 458: "The Global Reach of Superpowers," South: The Third World Magazine, August 1983; STR 459: "Reagan's Defence Revolution," New Statesman, September 9, 1983
September 1981
145 9
STR 460: "Fantasy, Reality, and the Arms Race: Dilemmas of National Security and Human Survival," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry
October 1982
145 10
STR 461: "Ensuring Security in the Nuclear Age"
145 11
STR 462: "Peace and the National Security"
145 12
STR 463: "Reducing the Dnager of Nuclear Weapons"
145 13
STR 464: "Modernizing U.S. Strategic Forces"
145 14
STR 465: "A Critical Juncture for the Atlantic Alliance"
STR 466: "Nuclear Nonproliferation: Our Shared Responsibility"
145 15
STR 467: "Building Peace through Strenght"
STR 468: "Renewing the U.S. Commitment to Peace"
145 16
STR 469: "The U.S. -Siviet Relationship"
145 17
STR 470: "The Future of American Foreign Policy: New Realities and New Ways of Thinking"
145 18
STR 471: "US. Government and Business: Our Common Defense Against Terrorism"
145 19
STR 472: "An Atomic Arms Race and Its Alternatives"
145 20
STR 473: "Charges of Treaty Viloations: Much Less Than Meets the Eye," F.A.S. Public Interest Report
March 1984
145 21
STR 475: "Crisis Relocation: Guidance for Residents of the Denver Metropolitan Area in the Event of a Threatened Nuclear Attack"
145 22
STR 476: "Nuclear War Fighting Means First Strike"
145 23
STR 477: "Strategic Defense Initiative"
145 24
STR 478: "U.S./Soviet Military Balance: Statistical Trends," Congressional Research Service Report No. 82-162 S
1970-1981
145 25
STR 479: "U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, Committee on Armed Services No. 3"
145 26
STR 480: "The Soviet Arms Control Counterproposal"
145 27
STR 481: "Western Defense: The European Role in NATO"
145 28
STR 482: "SDI: Setting the Record Straight"
145 29
STR 483: "The U.S. Space Offensive: Road to Nuclear Annihilation"
145 30
STR 484: "Interventions and Nuclear Weapons: A Deadly Connection"
145 31
STR 485: "U.S. House of Representatives Legislative Calendar, Committee on Armed Services Final Calendar"
145 32
STR 486: United States Military Posture FY 1986
145 33
STR 487: "The ABM Treaty and SDI Program"
STR 488: "SDI: Its Nature and Rationale"
146 1
UT 1: Utah Employment, Wages, and Reporting Units by Firm Size
1979
146 2
UT 2: Occupational Patterns of Selected Nonmanufacturing Industries in Utah
1978
146 3
UT 3: Utah Annual Report, Vol II. Actuarial Review and Unemployment Insurance Statistics
146 4
UT 4: Analysis of Labor Demand and Supply in Utah
146 5
UT 5: State of Utah Employment Newsletter
January 1980
146 6
UT 6: "Average Non-Agricultural Employment by County and Planning Districts, Year Ending 12/79
146 7
UT 7: Utah Agricultural Statistics
1979
146 8
UT 8: "Beaver, Iron, Juab, and Millard Counties Population Projections"
UT 9: "Land Rights/Use, Nevada Utah"; UT 10: "Alternative Population Projection, 1985"
146 9
UT 11: Utah Current Conditions
1979
146 10
UT 12: Agricultural Preservation: Problems and Alternatives
146 11
UT 13: "Central Utah Project: Six Units"
146 12
UT 14: "Central Utah Water Project Bonnevile Unit, Muncipal and Industrial System"
146 13
UT 15: "Population Immigration: Nevada-Utah Deployment Area"
UT 16: "Socio-Demographic Multiplier"
146 14
UT 17: UPED 79: Report on the Revisions of the Utah Process Economic and Demographic Impact Model (UPED)
146 15
UT 18: "Water-Energy Policy Issues Facing Utah," Utah Economic and Business Review
September-October 1978
146 16
UT 19: "1979 Population Estimates for Utah," Utah Economic and Business Review
October 1979
146 17
UT 20: "Clark and Lincoln Country Analysis"
UT 21: "Utah-FCRC Planning Structure for the MX Missile Project"
146 18
UT 22: Letter of
February 8, 1980
146 19
UT 23: "Utah State Department of Agriculture Position Statement on the MX Missile"
146 20
UT 24: "MX Missile System Public Health Impacts"
146 21
UT 25: Letter of
UT 26: Letter of January 29, 1980
January 17, 1980
146 22
UT 27: "Environmental Impact Statement Scoping Document for Land -Based Missile-X"
146 23
UT 28: "Important Issues and Data Bases for Evaluation by Division of State History in the Proposed MX Project"
UT 29: "MX Scoping Plan"
146 24
UT 30: "Impact Problem Areas Created by the MX Project on Public Safety Services"
146 25
UT 31: "MX Environmental Impact Statement Scope"
146 26
UT 32: "Cropland in Utah"
UT 33: "Utah Population Projections"; UT 34: "Irrigated Land in Utah 1959, 1974"; UT 35: "Agricultural land Use"
1959, 1974
146 27
UT 37: "Nevada Preliminary Issues List"
146 28
UT 38: "Land-Ownership"
UT 39: "Bi-State Commission on MX Impact"
146 29
UT 40: Letter of February 29, 1980, about scoping comments
February 29, 1980
146 30
UT 41: Utah 2000: A High Development Scenario
146 31
UT 42: Nevada Scoping Comments
146 32
UT 43: "Projects to Expand Energy Sources in Utah"
146 33
UT 46: "Proposed Large-Scale Projects Planned for the MX Deployment Area"
UT 47: "Utah MX Working Group Meeting"
1980-1990
146 34
UT 48: Utah 2000: A High Development Scenario. Agency Response
146 35
UT 49: "Agenda for the Eighties Commission"
147 1
UT 50: "Agenda for the Eighties Education/Cultural Resources Task Force: Final Report to the Steering Committee"
November 19, 1980
147 2
UT 51: "Agenda for the Eighties Task Force on Growth: Final Report to the Steering Committee"
November 19, 1980
147 3
UT 52: "Agenda for the Eighties Task Force on Natural Resources: Final Report to the Steering Committee"
November 19, 1980
147 4
UT 53: "Agenda for the Eighties Task Force on Public Services and Facilities: Final Report to the Steering Committee"
November 19, 1980
147 5
UT 54: "Agenda for the Eighties Task Force on Public Services and Facilities: Final Report to the Steering Committee, Part II"
November 19, 1980
147 6
UT 55: "Agenda for the Eighties Task Force on Social Services and Health: Final Report to the Steering Committee"
November 19, 1980
147 7
UT 56: "Agenda for the Eighties Summary Report"
147 8
UT 57: "Information About the Department of Energy's National Waste Terminal Storage Porgram and Studies in the Raradox Basin of Utah"
147 9
UT 58: List of Geological Survey Geologic and Water-Supply Reports and Maps for Utah
April 1978
147 10
UT 59: "Deep Creek Mountains Management Plan"
147 11
UT 60: Five Hundred Utah Place Names
147 12
UT 61: MX Impact Planning and Program Coordination in the State of Utah at Local and State Levels
147 13
UT 62: "NUS Corporation Progress Report"
June and July 1980
147 14
UT 63: Colorado River Salinity: Economic Impacts on Agricultural, Municipal, and Industrial Users
Volume
147 1
UT 64: Fall-Out Results, Utah/Nevada Atomic Bomb Tests, Book 1
148 1
UT 64a: Fall-out Results, Utah/Nevada Atomic Bomb Tests, Book 2
148 2
UT 65: Utah! County Economic Facts
1979
Folder
148 1
UT 66: "Plutonium Documents"
148 2
UT 67: State of Utah Water
1980
Volume
149 1
UT 68: MXIC Utah Officials Questionnaire Results
Folder
149 1
UT 69: Utah State Land Board MX Resolution
149 2
UT 70: Peregrine Falcon Management Plan
149 3
UT 71: League of Women Voters Miscellaneous Materials
149 4
UT 72: "Electric Energy for Utah"
149 5
UT 73: Impact of Defense Pending on the Economy of Utah
149 6
UT 74: "Military Contribution to the State of Utah
149 7
UT 75: "Preliminary Recommendations on the Management of Nautral Resources and Energy Functions for Utah State Government"
149 8
UT 76: Federal Assistance Assessment
149 9
UT 77: The State of Utah's Environment
1982

Card File Indexes and AddendaReturn to Top

Boxes 150-156 contain card files which were compiled for the materials in the previous section by the staff of the MX Information Center. Occassional gaps exist in the files; these materials were not received by the Manuscripts Division, although a card for them may exist.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
150
A-D
151
D-G
152
H-MX
153
MX-O
154
P-S
155
T-Z
156
Miscellaneous Card Indexes
Folder
157 1
Action for Nuclear Disarmament
157 2
American Peace Test
157 3
American Security Council
157 4
Arms Race Education Project
157 5
Arms Talks
157 6
Bishop Matthiesen Visit--Biographical
1985
157 7
Bishop Matthiesen Visit--Correspondence
1985
157 8
Bishop Matthiesen Visit--Schedules
1985
157 9
Bishop Matthiesen Visit--Clippings
1985
157 10
Bishop Matthiesen Visit--misc. notes
1985
157 11
Brine Shrimp Alliance
158 1
Central America Solidary Coalition
158 2
Central America--Newsletters
158 3
Central America--misc.
158 4
Chemical/Biological Arms
158 5
Children of War Tour--Organizing Materials
1984
158 6
Children of War Tour--Study Guides
1984
158 7
Children of War Tour--News Articles
1984
158 8
Citizen's Call
158 9
Civil Defense
158 10
Clergy and Laity Concerned
158 11
Coalition of Utah Environmentalists
158 12
Common Cause
158 13
Conversion: Military to Peace
159 1
Defense Budget FY 1983
159 2
Desert Firestorm
159 3
Desert Sun
159 4
Don't Waste Utah
159 5
Downwinders
159 6
Educators for Social Responsibility
159 7
Effects of Nuclear War
159 8
Election '84
159 9
Events--Ideas
159 10
Events--Peace, Local
159 11
Events--misc.
159 12
Events--Seeds of World Conflict Seminar
159 13
Exhibits--Utah
European Peace Groups
Box Folder
160 1
CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament)--Brochures
160 2
CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament)--Newsletters, Publications
160 3
CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament)--misc.
160 4
Euromissle Controversy
160 5
European Missile Controversy
160 6
Germany
160 7
Netherlands
160 8
Paul Oestreicher Report
160 9
"The Threat of Nuclear War" pts. 1-3
160 10
Misc. Publications
160 11
Misc.
Box Folder
161 1
Fallout, N.T.S.
161 2
Films
161 3
Forms/Reports
161 4
Freemen Institute
161 5
Government Process, Federal
161 6
Government Process, State
161 7
Grant Writing Information and Ideas
161 8
Great Basin MX Story
161 9
Green River Missile Park
161 10
Sen. Orrin Hatch
161 11
Hercules, Inc.
161 12
Innovate
161 13
Interfaith Peacemaking Center of Utah
161 14
International Groups, U.S./Utah
Stan Holmes
Box Folder
162 1
Correspondence
1982-1983
162 2
Correspondence
1984-1985
162 3
Correspondence
1986
162 4
Friends; Misc. biographical
162 5
Teaching Materials
Box Folder
163 1
KRCL-Clippings
163 2
KRCL-Programs and Events
163 3
KRCL-Stan Holmes Broadcasts from Europe
163 4
KRCL-misc.
163 5
L.D.S. Church
163 6
League of Women Voters
163 7
Legislation-U.S./Utah
163 8
Military Comparisons-East/West
163 9
Military Contractors
163 10
Military Spending
163 11
Mount St. Helens
163 12
Never Again
163 13
Nuclear Energy-U.S.
163 14
Nuclear Freeze-Volunteers
163 15
Nuclear Waste Dump
163 16
Nuclear Waste Education Committee
163 17
Nuclear Weapons Facilities and Bases
Membership
Box Folder
164 1
Active MXIC Members
164 2-6
Computer Mailing Lists
164 7
Freeze Membership and Mailing List
164 8
Health Effects Conference Petition Labels
164 9
Labels from DEIS Hearings
164 10
Labels from May 2nd Rally
164 11
Petition Labels
164 12
Potential Members
164 13
Release Form List
164 14
Telephone Chain
164 15
Misc. lists
Box Folder
165 1-3
Membership-Nuclear Testing Petitions
165 4
Office-Misc. Correspondence
1979-1981
165 5
Office-Misc. Correspondence
1982-1985
165 6
Office-Library List
165 7
Meeting Minutes
1980-1981
165 8
Meeting Minutes
1982-1983
165 9
Meeting Minutes
1984-1986
165 10
Meetings-misc.
Office
Box Folder
166 1
MXIC Publications-misc.
166 2
MX Site Maps-misc.
166 3
Memos
166 4
Press Releases
166 5
Press Releases-Rough Drafts
166 6
Stickers
166 7
Misc. Notes
166 8
Misc. Office, Business
166 9
Misc. Statements, Documents on MX
Box Folder
167 1
Pairing Projects (Ground Zero)
167 2
Peace Academy Counselor
167 3
Peace Education LibraRy
167 4
Peace Through Strength Coalition
167 5
Pershing/Cruise [missiles]
167 6
Philosophy/Morality of the Arms Race
167 7
Physicians for Social Responsibility
167 8
Ranchers for Peace/Run for Peace
167 9
Referendum and Initiatives-Utah
167 10
S.A.N.E.
167 11
Salt Lake Town Meetings
167 12
Sister Cities
167 13
Tax Resistance
167 14
Thiokol
168 1
Uda Hanson Peace Foundation
168 2
U.S. Congress
168 3
United Nations
168 4
United Nations-Disarmament
168 5
United Nations-Disarmament-Publications
168 6
United Nations-Press Releases
168 7
United Nations Association
168 8
United Nations Association-Publications
Utah
Box Folder
169 1-2
Utah Citizen's Education Project
169 3
Utah Peace Groups
169 4
Utah Peace Groups-Grassroots Peace Directory
169 5
Painted Word
169 6
Peace Network
169 7
Utah Power and Light
170 1
Utah-Events
170 2
Utahns for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze
170 3
Utahns United Against the Nuclear Arms Race
Box Folder
170 4
Vitro [Chemical Co.]
170 5
Visiting Speakers
170 6
Western Solidarity
170 7
World Peace Council
170 8
Workshops
170 9
YMCA-YWCA
170 10
Youth Project
170 11
Zero Population Growth
Misc. Office Records
Box Volume
171 1
Directory
171 2-3
Misc. notebooks
171 4
Telephone Log: Long Distance Phone Calls
othertype
171 1
Card file-volunteers
172
Alphabetical Card File
Folder
173 1
MX Update, Correspondence
1981-1983
173 2
MX Update, General File
173 3
MX Update, Survey Responses
July 1981
173 4-6
MX Update
1980-1982
173 7-12
MX Update, Typescripts
1980-1981
173 13
MX Update, Miscellaneous
173 14
Desert Sun
1983-1984, 1986
173 15
Nuclear Issues
1982-1983
174 1
Planning Miscellaneous
174 2
Radio Program Development
1982
174 3
Press and Planning
174 4
Environmental Impact Summary
1980
174 5
Congressional Research Service Report
1984
174 6
Flip Chart Presentation
1982
174 7-12
Pamphlets
174 13
Miscellaneous

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Antinuclear movement--Utah
  • Intercontinental ballistic missiles
  • MX (Weapons system)
  • Nuclear arms control
  • Weapons systems

Corporate Names

  • United States. Air Force--Weapons systems
  • United States. Dept. of Defense

Geographical Names

  • United States--Politics and government--1969-1974

Form or Genre Terms

  • Correspondence
  • Drafts (documents)
  • Financial records
  • Petitions