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Options for Accelerating Economic Recovery after Nuclear Attack. Volume 3

Options for Accelerating Economic Recovery after Nuclear Attack. Volume 3

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The United States may fail to exploit to the fullest its potential for economic recovery following a nuclear attack because failures in post-attack management in both the political and the economic sectors. This report looks at possible adjustments in our continually evolving peacetime management systems, adjustments which might contribute substantially to post-attack recovery at little peacetime cost. The post-attack considerations addressed include making government more effective in bringing about economic recovery and, very importantly, making sure that government continues as government, i.e., that we do not sink into anarchy. Five broad categories of adjustments are discussed.
The United States may fail to exploit to the fullest its potential for economic recovery following a nuclear attack because failures in post-attack management in both the political and the economic sectors. This report looks at possible adjustments in our continually evolving peacetime management systems, adjustments which might contribute substantially to post-attack recovery at little peacetime cost. The post-attack considerations addressed include making government more effective in bringing about economic recovery and, very importantly, making sure that government continues as government, i.e., that we do not sink into anarchy. Five broad categories of adjustments are discussed.

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AAC-TR-9203/79
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NO.
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JULY
1979
OPTIONS
FOR
ACCELERATING
ECONOMIC
RECOVERY
AFTER
NUCLEAR
ATTACK
11/
FINAL
REPORT
-
VOLUME
3
I
George
H.
Quester
Contract
No.
DCPA01-78-C-0324
FEMA WORK
UNIT
NO.4341-E
Approved
for
Public
Release
Distribution
Unlimited
C
AUG?
1980
SPONSOR
ED
BY:
A
FEDERAL
EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT
AGENCY
Washington,
D.C.
20472
ANALYTICAL
ASSESSMENTS
CORPORATION
Post
Office
Box 9758
Marina del
Rey
California
90291
4640
Admiralty
Way,
Marinadel
Rey,
California
90291
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2131822-2571
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AAC-TR9203/79
JULY
1979
OPTIONS
FOR
ACCELERATING
ECONOMIC
RECOVERY
AFTER
NUCLEAR
ATTACK
FINAL
REPORT
-VOLUME3
BY:
George
H..Quester
Contract
No.
DCPA01-78
C-0324
FEMA
WORK
UNIT
NO.
4341-E
Approved
for
Public
Release
DistributionUnlimited
FEMA
Review
Notice
This
report
has
been
reviewed
in
the
Federal
Emergency
Management
Agency
and
approved
for
publication.
Approval
does
not signify
that
the contents
necessarily
reflect
the
views
and
policies
of
the
FederalEmergency Management
Agency.
FOR
FEDERAL
EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT
AGENCY
Washington.
D.C.
20472
ANALYTICAL
ASSESSMENTS
CORPORATION
Post
Office
Box
9758
Marina
del
Rey
California
90291
4640
Admiralty
Way,
Marina
del
Rey,
California
90291
213/822-2571

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