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Wylie, Philip 81 Northrop, F. C 1 13 Zacharias, Ellis M. All of academics than it does today. The original version of this article was delivered before the of such weapons and whether such research ought to be annual meeting of the Southeastern Conference of the Association for undertaken on that campus. Research for this project was funded in part by grants from bacteriological warfare research before and during the West Georgia College Learning Resources Committee. The author also Indochina conflict. According to the New York Times.

New York Times, September 21, Other anti-CBW producing permanent physiological injury. Biological warfare consists of "intentional employment of Science , no.

Chemical warfare involves "the ing and should be capable of being produced economically in adequate military employment of chemicals toxic to men, animals, or plants. The most useful sources of information on the viewpoint of the trustees and administrators were: Minutes ofthe Board of Trustees. The following publications also indicated I there.

A growing faculty group faculty attitude: William Gomberg, "Freedom as a Disguise for Majority : satisfied that the university Tyranny," BioScience 17, no. November 14, To The most useful general sources on chemical and biological warfare comprehend the Penn experience as a microcosm of debate research included: William Buckingham, Operation Ranch Hand.

The Air among U. The February , pp. Humane vs. Inhumane Warfare: In the cave and tunnel warfare ofthe jungles there seem to be The Development of U. CBW Weaponry significant possibilities for riot-control agents used on mobs in the U. Army Chemical Corps as custodian of a probably useless and potentially embarrassing arsenal. S gas became increasingly obsolete. Although the ment, industry, and academia resulted in a comprehensive United States had not signed the Geneva Protocol upgrading of U. CBW capabilities. By , it had risen to chemical and bacteriological-in World War II.

By the time it ended nine Association, a group of military and industrial executives years later, some eighteen million gallons of defoliants, supported by chemical companies. Emperor Haile to September with the permission of the Laotian Selassie, in a well-publicized address before the League of government.

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    I like to believe that we are Square Press, , pp. Long observed the defoliation program first hand while serving as a Penn trustee-for-life and ex-U. Defense Secretary military map maker for the South Vietnamese government between and In the course of his official duties he "had occasion to be at one Thomas Sovereign Gates, Jr.

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