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Reagan's Undoing of SALT Treaty

June 22, 1986

President Reagan's decision to abandon SALT II is no sudden whim, but the culmination of a long-held determination to maintain the pressure, and eventually to attain strategic nuclear superiority over the Soviets.

What do the rest of us do? Goodwin's excellent column suggests an answer: If we can restore the Democrats to control of the Senate in the elections next November, perhaps the moderates among them can hold back the Reagan nuclear stampede.

HERBERT L. BREGSTEIN

Beverly Hills

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