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" The basic decision was to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate, instantly, by means and at places of our choosing. "
Modern U.S. civil-military relations: wielding the terrible swift sword - Página 20
de David Eugene Johnson - 1997 - 107 páginas
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Statements of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Adm. Arthur Radford ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations, John Foster Dulles, Arthur William Radford - 1954 - 51 páginas
...war." That brings up your statement of January 12, 1954, when you said that the basic decision was to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate instantly by means and at a place of our choosing. Do you think that that requires any more elaboration? Secretary DULLES. I...
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Armed Forces Talk

...of manpower." The new strategic plans have been explained by Secretary of State Dulles as depending "primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate, instantly, by means and at places of our choosing." The program will emphasize a build-up in our air strength to increase our striking power in case of...
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American Foreign Policy, 1950-1955: Basic Documents, Volume 1

United States. Department of State. Historical Office - 1957 - 3244 páginas
...not be continued for long without grave budgetary, economic and social consequences. decision was to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate,...instantly, by means and at places of our choosing. Now the Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff can shape our military establishment to...
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Hearings

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1957
...fight in quite a different way and place. As the Secretary explained it—- the basic decision was to v Xm&- b yǻ ܤ2g pM pB L(S .L .m _ D% P < O 9 0 Y؛Q ( 6 K$/ 0 < \< + X a [ This may be the kind of poised readiness not involving the presence of troops in the area, which the...
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Economic and Military Cooperation with Nations in the General Area of the ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1957
...fight in quite a different way and place. As the Secretary explained it — the basic decision was to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate,...instantly, by means and at places of our choosing. This may be the kind of poised readiness not involving the presence of troops in the area, which the...
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U.S. Commitments to Foreign Powers: Hearings, Ninetieth Congress, First ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1967 - 321 páginas
...policy-making body, the National Security Council, had made a 'basic decision' ". This he said was "to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate,...instantly, by means and at places of our choosing". This statement seemed to imply that an aggressive move on the part of our enemies would bring "instant...
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Dwight D. Eisenhower: Containing the Public Messages, Speeches, and ...

United States. President (1953-1961 : Eisenhower) - 1960
...called it, that in the future we would confront any possible aggression by what he called, and I quote, "a great capacity to retaliate instantly by means and at places of our own choosing." Could you elucidate on that somewhat for us, sir? THE PRESIDENT. No, I think no amplification...
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Nominations of Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor and Gen. Earle G. Wheeler: Hearing ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services - 1962 - 31 páginas
...massive retaliation. I have several quotations from Mr. Dulles on the subject: "The basic decision was to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate,...instantly, by means and at places of our choosing. Now the Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff can shape our military establishment to...
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Air University Quarterly Review, Volumes 6-7

1953
...instrument of national policy. The basic theme of this policy is described by Secretary of State Dulles "to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate instantly, by means and at places of our chosing." Represented in this theme is an awareness of the simple but subtle fact that modern air forces...
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Southeast Asia: Illusion and Reality in Politics and Economics [by] Lennox A ...

...further deterrent of massive retaliatory power." The best means of resisting Communist aggression was "to depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliate,...instantly, by means and at places of our choosing." He emphasized that retaliation could include the use of nuclear weapons, and that their employment...
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