Is There Life After Death for SALT?

@article{Cutler1981IsTL,
  title={Is There Life After Death for SALT?},
  author={Lloyd N. Cutler and Roger C. Molander},
  journal={International Security},
  year={1981},
  volume={6},
  pages={20 - 3}
}
The SALT I "Freeze" Agreement was signed in 1972. It expired by its terms in 1977. Four years later, those terms, for the most part, are still being observed. The SALT II Treaty was signed in 1979. The effort to ratify it faltered later that year and stopped in the fall of 1980, when we elected a President who opposed its ratification. But a year after most politicians and pundits pronounced SALT II dead, its terms also, for the most part, are still being observed. It is even possible that de… 
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