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President Reagans Strategic Defense InitiativeIn Relation with the Soviet UnionFor the first time humankind has the power to destroy itselfX 1 The nuclear age has changed the world for the good and the bad Though the bad is far greater than the good We sometimes ponder to our selves what would happen if we were forced in to a nuclear war ware their are now winnersX The way life would be after such an incident would change life as we know it drastically In the event of a nuclear war with the Soviets we would have lost approximately one hundred and fifty million American lives 2 The planet would be destroyed to the extent that even thoughts who survived would have no place to live No Government or persons can win a nuclear war and as long as their are nuclear missiles of mass destruction there will always be the risk of someone using them Once the first missile is unleashed their is no telling were it would stopOur dealings with the former Soviet Union was based on the French word detente that the Russians had defined as a freedom to purchase subversion aggression and expansionism any were in the world 3 The soviets have been up until 1990 the USs defacto enemies There goal was too destroy democracy and imposing communism 4 This is way it was though to be inevitable for a nuclear war with the soviets The dream of a non nuclear world is a great and notable one how ever for the foreseeable future it is unattainable in actuality and unwise in theoryX 5 Because of this harsh the United States is left with a problem How can we beet this so called inevitability The answer is space based defense weapons The program brought forth by the Reagan administration was called the strategic defense Initiative and some called Star WarsX 6 Reagans strategic defense initiative created in the 80s was an
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