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Vice President Gore says he'll consider scrapping the Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty--signed with the Soviet Union by Richard Nixon back in 1972--if that's what it takes for this country to start building a missile defense. Governor Bush has called for an even grander missile defense than Gore has. But as the presidential campaign rhetoric heats up, critics of both candidates fear escalation of another kind: a resumption of the nuclear arms race.

Producers:
Frances Anderton

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