After WWII the United States developed a disarmament plan to turn the American stockpile of bombs over to an international agency. President Truman appointed Bernard Baruch who added sanctions against violators and exempt the international agency from the UN veto. The plan preserved the American atomic monopoly for an indefinite future.
The Baruch Plan was influsnced by Army Chief of Staff, Dwight Eisenhower.
by Laurenee April 28, 2006

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After WWII the United States developed a disarmament plan to turn the American stockpile of bombs over to an international agency. President Truman appointed Bernard Baruch who added sanctions against violators and exempt the international agency from the UN veto. The plan preserved the American atomic monopoly for an indefinite future.
The Baruch Plan was influenced by Army Chief of Staff, Dwight Eisenhower.
by Laurenee April 28, 2006

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