Nuclear Strategy and Diplomacy - Flexible response

"The National Military Program of Flexible Response should contain at the outset an unqualified renunciation of reliance on the strategy of Massive Retaliation. It should be made clear that the United States will prepare itself to respond anywhere, any time, with weapons and forces appropriate to the situation."

—General Maxwell D. Taylor, The Uncertain Trumpet, New York, 1960—

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