Why Third World Disarmament is So Difficult to Attain
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Military expenditures undoubtedly absorb resources which are substantial enough to make a considerable difference both in the level of investment for civil purposes and in the volume of resources which can be devoted to improving man's lot through social and other services. There is no doubt that a transfer of resources from military to civil uses would provide further possibilities for an increase in the rate of economic growth.
Man, Environment, Space and Time, Fall 1988.Refereed Journal Article