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Paul C. Warnke and the Arms Control Association

Howard W. Gunlocke Rare Book and Special Collections Room
January 1, 2004
February 29, 2004

Speaking to the Issues

Paul C. Warnke spoke widely, on many different subjects to many different audiences, but from the time of his service as Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs in the Johnson Administration (1967) until his death at age 81 (2001), arms control was a recurring and heartfelt theme.

Photograph of Warnke

Photograph [ uncredited] of Warnke speaking April 23, 1992 at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts. See item 11 for text.

Speech to the Advocates Club

Speech to the Advocates Club, Detroit, Michigan, October 6, 1967. Warnke observes that "We deal necessarily with the implements of death." Photocopy of typescript.

Testimony before the Arms Control Subcommittee

Testimony before the Arms Control Subcommittee, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, DC, July 13, 1971. Text of prepared statement amended in Warnke's hand.

Writing for Many Audiences

Examining the Proposals

Warnke and the Arms Control Association