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Washington, DC: Ballistic Missile Defense Organization, 1994. Wraps. 28 cm. Approximately 450 pages. Wraps. Figures. Maps. Appendices. Glossary. Covers soiled and somewhat worn. Transmittal letter laid in. This was prepared for the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization. This Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) analyzes the potential environmental effects associated with research and development of Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) system capability by the Department of Defense (DoD), The BMD Program seeks to develop systems and capabilities to protect the United States against accidental, unauthorized, and limited ballistic missile strikes and to defend U.S. troops, allies, friends, and areas of vital interest to the United States against ballistic missiles launched against them.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1986. 24 cm, 141, wraps, footnotes, tables, references, pencil erasure residue on table of contents Topics covered include the agenda-setting effect of crime news on prosecutors, interpersonal communication and news comprehension, measuring change in personal economic well-being, race differences in abortion attitudes, election predictions, the pressure to answer survey questions, measuring and explaining interviewer effects in centralized telephone surveys, and polls on environmental protection.
Washington, DC: Am Soc of International Law, 1997. 185, wraps, footnotes, figures, two library stamps on front cover (only library markings) Contains an article on trade-environment negotiations in the EU, NAFTA, and WTO: regional trajectories of rule development, and one on international trade and protection of the environment: the continuing search for reconciliation.