1. . See, for example, M. F. Gilula and D. N. Daniels, “Violence and Man's Struggle to Adapt,” Science, April 25, 1969, pp. 396‐405; and K. E. Moyer, “Internal Impulses to Aggression,” Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 31 (1969): 104–14. Some books on the subject of this paper are: John Paul Scott, Aggression, Scientist's Library (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1958): J. D. Carthy and F. J. Ebling, The Natural History of Aggression (New York: Academic Press, 1964); and Konrad Lorenz. On Aggression (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1966).
  2. . David M.Shoup, “New American Militarism,” Atlantic Monthly  (April 1969), pp. 51. 56.
  3. . RichardBarnet, “On Living in an ArsenalScience  , April 19, 1968, p. 294.
  4. . Arnold J.Toynbee, “The Reluctant Death of Sovereignty,” Center Magazine  1 (March 1968):28.
  5. . Hudson Hoagland, “Some Comments on Science and Faith,” in Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion (New York: Conference on Science, Philosophy, and Religion in Relation to the Democratic Way of Life, 1942).