SDI History Resources
by Ron Kurtus (revised 29 December 2005)
The following material consists of SDI history resources. If you have any suggested additions or corrections to this list, let us know.
Use these resources to help your understanding of the material.
Possible Soviet Responses to the US Strategic Defense Initiative - Unclassified 1983 document from the CIA Historical Review Program
Reagan Administration Documents on SDI - From the Federation of American Scientists
The Strategic Defense Initiative - political risks - From Air University Review 1985
History of the Missile Defense Organization - U.S. Department of Defense
Strategic Defense Initiative - From Infoplease encyclopedia
Strategic Defense Initiative - From Wikipedia
Cheney: 25 Years After Reagan’s ‘Star Wars,’ Missile Defense Remains Critical - DoD News Archive, March 2008
Secret Weapons of the Cold War: From the H-Bomb to SDI by William Yenne; Berkley (2005) $7.99
US Strategic And Defensive Missile Systems 1950-2004 by Mark A. Berhow, Chris Taylor; Osprey Books (2005) $16.95
The Origins of SDI 1944-1983 by Donald R. Baucom; University Press of Kansas (1992) $19.95
2001 Ballistic Missile Defense and SDI: Today's U.S. Military "Star Wars" Program - Interceptors, Space Systems, Missile Threats, SDI History, Cox China Report by World Spaceflight News; Progressive Management (2001) $20.95 (CD-ROM)
Dictionary of SDI by Harry Waldman; Scholarly Resources (1988) $65.00
Quality Government: Designing, Developing, and Implementing TQM by Jerry W. Koehler; CRC (1996) $84.95
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